I have to apologize for the Relentlessly Big Cry Baby Momma's Dog outburst earlier this week. You know how temperamental he can be. Am I to be blamed if I have a lot to say? No.
So, Dexter here, with an instructional montage demonstrating the safe and proper way to exit your sleepy place.
I was alarmed to see that some of my friends have actually fallen off their couches and beds (Miss Kylie) and things, so please pay attention to avoid any bodily harm.
First, please, please, please, do not attempt to exit the bed until you are fully awake. Attempts to mobilize while still partially slumbering can result in a Relentlessly Inept bed dismount.
Ask your humans for a cup of coffee if necessary.
Next, prepare to exit by sliding your front end as close to the floor as possible while still maintaining a secure posture through the weight of your hiney (this should be no problem for the bottom heavy, weeble like Beastie).
When you are ready, slide your feet all the way to the ground and prepare for dismount.
Good job! You are now safely on the floor!
Take a moment to regroup and plan your day.
I hope this PSA has been useful. Remember, you CAN prevent accidents with a little forethought. Practice often. Of course, this is just one technique. I am sure there are others, so do please post alternate dismounts on your bloggys so that other doggies can safely enjoy their comfy beds.