Our two golden retrievers sleep in the kitchen on their bed which is an old doona. We used to let them come and get in bed with us in the mornings but there was too much hair in the bed so we stopped that.
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11-04-2012 08:43 #31
11-04-2012 08:57 #32
My cat used to sleep on the bed between our feet in his "circle of evil", since I got preggers he insists on spooning me, although he gets tossed off many times a night now with me being so uncomfortable.
The dog pretends to sleep on "his lounge" in our living room, when we're not watching he sleeps on our "good leather lounge" in the theatre room or upstairs on the lounge in the boys' rumpus room.
11-04-2012 09:14 #33
Our two big dogs sleep on their beds upstairs. DH says the cats have to sleep in their 'bedroom' (the upstairs bathroom which I turned into a cat den with beds, huge scratching post etc) because they're too naughty to be in the house unsupervised. Quite true. We'd be awake all night with them crashing around the place. They do stuff like get on top of the upper kitchen cabinets, knocking over the glass bowls and stuff I keep up there, or climb up the front door screen and get on top of the wooden door and swing it back and forth like a ride.
Our older dog used to sleep in a portacot in our room when he was a puppy and kept wanting to sleep in it as he got big (he's 42kg), it was ridiculous. He was too heavy to lift in! I thought I was going to have to cut the side out so he could walk in. But then we had a compromise, he would lay on our bed until he went to sleep, DH would stay awake until the dog was asleep then transfer him to his own dog bed on the floor!! Can you tell DH is more a dog person than a cat person??? He's never allowed the cats on the bed.
11-04-2012 09:39 #34Member
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My dog sleeps in her bed next to mine until she's cold n wants some cuddles the it's in our bed under the blankets. I don't mind it as she's only small (chihuahua cross) and acts like a hot water btl.
This is her the other night while DP was away hehe
11-04-2012 17:11 #35
11-04-2012 18:00 #36
my jack russell sleep on the bed and has done since he was 6 weeks old. My beautiful shepherd use to sleep on her blanket next to my bed but would jump up onto the bed if hubby wasn't home. We let her sleep on the bed on monday night as we had to put her down on tuesday and I just wanted to be close to her for those last few precious hours I had with her. When I was pregnant i had to have the bed to myself and I had the 2 dogs and cat follow me everywhere i went and we all slept on the bed together. It got so bad with them following me i couldn't even go to the toilet or shower by myself!
11-04-2012 18:31 #37
An insulated weather-proof custom shed with padded RipProof mattresses, and a push-door access to an outdoor run for elimination.
Breeds are Danes and Wolfhounds.
11-04-2012 18:38 #38
Either In his 'blanket' on the couch (I just covered one of the questions in a couple of layers of cheap cotton) or his bed, a canvas thingy with a blanket. If he gets really cold sometimes he'll come and jump in with us but we usually kick him out because the baby is in there with me ❤❤🐶
11-04-2012 19:17 #39
Our dogs sleeps on my room under the bed in summer or when it's hot and on the bed in winter or when it's cold. Bird sleeps in a bird bed in his cage.
11-04-2012 19:22 #40Senior Member
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Our dog started sleeping on our bed 3 years ago after she had an operation.. She hasn't slept anywhere else since. And the rest of the pets (snakes, lizards, monitors) are securely locked away in their enclosures... I hope :-/
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