Don't get up, I'll help

 
Don't get up, I'll help
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A mom tries to wake up her son to send him to school. But wait until you see the dog's reaction.

It's a scenario we all can recognize. The alarm clock rings and you know you have to get up. But it's just so tempting to stay under the cover and keep warm and cosy just a little bit longer.

Unfortunately, we rarely can allow ourselves the luxury, and most of us have to force ourselves up and go to work or school.

However, when this mother wakes up her son in the morning because it's time to get up to go to school, his best friend strongly disagrees, and offers some help to keep him in bed.

The husky, which is lucky enough to get to sleep with his pal, simply wants the pair to stay in bed a little longer, and he wants to keep the blanket on his friend at all costs.



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