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    Puppies need a lot of sleep in order to grow big and healthy. Besides this, being a puppy can be exhausting with all that running around and playing all day long. It's no wonder the little hero of this video fell asleep in such unusual circumstances.

    An amusing video has been published on Twitter in which a charming golden retriever puppy fell asleep right next to a water bowl. Despite its slumber, the pooch instinctively licked water from the bowl thus killing two birds with one stone - it stayed hydrated without interrupting its peaceful sleep.

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