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    Default So Much for No Pets in the Bedroom!

    Batty has fallen asleep on the rug at the end of the bed, Bobby is curled up next to me and Hubby is in the room at the other end of the house....

    So much for no pets in the bedroom... Or on the bed.....

    I hope I wake up before hubby tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela's Gone Batty View Post
    Batty has fallen asleep on the rug at the end of the bed, Bobby is curled up next to me and Hubby is in the room at the other end of the house....

    So much for no pets in the bedroom... Or on the bed.....

    I hope I wake up before hubby tomorrow
    I let my dogs do a lot of things...they can come on the lounge with us, but I will NOT have them in my bed or bedroom.They have their own bedroom upstairs with their crates.

    I just think there has to be a limit and the bed part is my limit to be honest.

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    You know I used to have lots of rules and regulations.

    And then I spoke to a very well known and very competent trainer who admitted that her dogs were allowed on the lounge but on her terms.

    In other words they have to wait to be invited. So that's when I started using a small lap rug and a pillow as my cues. It has worked really well.

    But each to their own.

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    LOL It was the cat on the bed with me, and Batty was on the rug at the end of the bed on the floor I don't like dogs on the bed, I never have.

    Actually Batty sleeping on the rug wasn't bad last night, he slept in this morning!

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    I'd be happy to have both dogs sleep in the bed room except Griffen snores, really really loud and even the lightest snores keep me awake.

    Before we moved he slept in the lounge room but occationally would break out and sleep next to the bed room door, he never got away with because as soon as he'd drop off the snoring would start.

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    Boss doesnt fit on the bed with me, OH and the two cats.. He sleeps on the floor.

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    Hubby brings in wet muddy puppy at times to wake me up.

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    Blue isn't allowed in the bedroom, she is very good & just sits at the door.
    She can go anywhere else tho, apart from on the couches, we don't want them scratched as they are new!! She does have 2 beanbags that are hers & we pull one of them round infront of the tv so she feels as tho she is sitting with us, cute.

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    One time I dog sat for my brother's dogs. They wanted to be in the bedroom with me. The snoring was tolerable but the farts were not.

    Frosty got woken up the other night by the curtain flapping in the wind and across her bed. First time that's happened. That it's flapped so much. Frosty getting up and wandering around woke me up too. Sigh. She hasn't wanted to have the morning snooze in on my bed lately. Not sure why. Too hot probably.

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    I love having a dog or two cuddle up next to me, but lately the ones that normally sleep on my bed have decided they'd rather one of the dog beds next to the bed. I think it's coz I keep waking them up when I'm having another sleepless night.

    Except for little Coco the toy poodle who's boarding with me - he can't wait to get under the doona! He knows I'd get lonely otherwise.....

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