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Discussion in 'General Dog Forum' started by Wotho, Jan 17, 2018.
Has own bed
On your bed
Anywhere he/she fancies
On soft pile of washing
At 13 weeks old - she sleeps in her crate at night. During the day she snoozes on the floor in the dining room or kitchen. .
In his own bed, unless something scary is going on like fireworks, then he'll join us.
Our routine is usually....
He goes into his bed and I go into mine (Oliver will usually be up working still) and then the minute I get settled he will get up and come round to Olivers side and put his cute little face on the bed. I then have to get back out of bed to get his blanket before he can come on!
When Oliver comes to bed he will jump back off and go into his own. Sometimes he pushes it and moves to the middle so he is between us but then growls overtime we move a toe! the cheek!
In his own bed in the kitchen. I've never allowed my dogs upstairs. It's bad enough the cat hogging most of the bed!
That is so funny, but, wouldn't it be easier for you to put his blanket in place ready for him, so you don't have to get up. x
On or rather in my bed, and although I have a king size she always lies so she is touching me.
Yes it defiantly does make sense! Sometimes I think ' Oh he's gone to his own bed, he'll be happier there!' .........
Both off my boy's sleep in my bed next to me. We actually had to buy a bigger bed because they take up all the room! Its actually made no difference at all.
Our dogs find a comfy spot on the sofa or armchair in the living room. They arent allowed on human beds unless we forget to shut the doors.
On my bed but sometimes in her crate she sleeps in with the pups for now
She sleeps downstairs in her bed or on the sofa. I’d have her upstairs but I get over ruled all the time she does join me if I’m having a lay in on my own
Either in her own bed on the landing or on our bedroom floor. She's never tried to get on our bed so we haven't had to tell her she's not allowed. Would prefer it if she slept downstairs but we have a cat who frequently brings in mice, dead or alive through the cat flap, so the cat is kept shut downstairs whilst the dog is upstairs with us!
On his bed, next to our bed.
Tip: get a super king sized duvet. That way they can't go all the covers too
Jimbo jumped on to our bed one morning over the weekend. His elite dog skills left him for a while though as after we all fell asleep he managed to fall off the bed - he was nearer the edge than he usually is. He was fine, just jumped back up again with a look that said "I meant to do that"
In my bed during the week- in her crate at the weekends. She keeps me cosy!
In their own beds in the kitchen. It's sad that although over the years I've had different pairs of dogs, never had a pair that snuggled up to each other. But either would happily share our bed if invited. (They aren't!)