Dogs’ cutest nightly routines – From bedtime stories to wearing pyjamas

Dogs living the most pampered lives a pooch could dream of have been filmed getting ready for bed with their own unique nightly routines.

While some dogs like to get in some late-night baths before their beauty sleep, one adorable mutt was filmed "reading" bedtime stories to squeeze in some downtime.

Other pets need to blow off some steam before they settle down – in quite an adventurous way.

Meanwhile, a relaxed canine was filmed snuggling up in its own pair of pyjamas while a similarly-cosy lapdog let its owner wrap it up in a blanket "burrito-style" for its nightly slumber.

In the cute clip above, a spoiled golden retriever called Riley settles down with his owner while a soothing bedtime story is read to him from a children's book.

TikTok user @hdbrosriley films the sleepy pooch lying in a human-sized bed with his paw wrapped around a giant stuffed teddy bear.

He then reads a classic Dr Seuss book while the dog struggles to keep his tired eyes open.

In another video, the loving dog owner is even filmed carrying Riley to bed when he gets too sleepy to move – triggering a wave of smitten comments.

One fan said: "What a loving and caring parent."

Another commented: "Everyone should take care of their pets with love. Or don't have one."

In a video that left dog-lovers swooning with joy, a bully-type dog called Lilly wags her tail enthusiastically when she is lead to the wardrobe by her owner, who pulls out a pair of doggy pyjamas.

The dog sniffs its space-themed "jammies" and is then helped into them, with the outfit looking very cute when it is put on.

"Who is ready for cuddles?" says the caption on the video.

The video was "liked" more than 49,000 times when it was uploaded onto TikTok by user @marvelousmisadventures who said it was Lilly's normal "bedtime routine".

Viewers called the video "sweet" and said they wanted to buy PJs for their own mutts.

"You can tell those are her favourite jammies," wrote one adoring fan.

Another person said: "Aww she chose her jammies. I love this."

While most dogs can get off to sleep with no problem, hyperactive puppies can be a whole other problem.

In this entertaining video by TikTok user @willandwesson, lovable pup Wesson is shown doing his "usual night routine" chasing his owner, a US military veteran, around the house.

The young Labrador-mix runs around in a circle trying to catch him and ends up barking in annoyance when he can't win the game.

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  • After several more laps around the living room, Wesson's owner jumps on the sofa, quickly joined by the panting puppy who licks everyone.

    The person filming giggles hysterically in the background.

    "This is gonna be your nightly routine for the next 12 years," joked a viewer.

    Sounding sympathetic, a second said: "My puppy has an endless supply of energy and it's very frustrating.

    "You can play with him for literally hours and he won't get tired."

    In this sweet footage, a beautiful blue Staffordshire terrier called Stella lets herself be wrapped up in a blanket until she resembles a folded "burrito".

    The funny video, which was a huge hit on TikTok when uploaded by @stellastaffy, the chocolate-colored pooch sits on the sofa before lying down on a blanket.

    In stages, Stella, a rescue dog, lets her owner wrap the blanket over her body multiple times.

    By the end of the clip, the cuddly pooch resembles an intricate sandwich wrap – with her favourite cuddly moose toy added as a final touch.

    The video was "liked" more than half a million times, with viewers saying they would love a dog as gentle and sweet-natured as Stella.

    One fan wrote: "This made me feel better for a moment."

    "The most precious breed of dog," said another smitten viewer.

    A third said: "I love this and I would die for this dog."

    • Dogs
    • Golden retrievers

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