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Interesting article

Jess S

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Great article. Another good reason to let your dog sleep on your bed, is because it'll just whine and howl all night long otherwise and you won't get a wink! ;)
 

Jess S

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Luckily I don't have to worry about Romeo doing that anymore. He actually didn't cry much at all, now that he sleeps in my bed he is indeed well behaved.
My previous pooch which sadly passed of old age, was absolutely nuts when I first had him. He was a neglected rescue, a Springer spaniel/border collie mix and had off the chart separation anxiety from the get-go. I decided to be firm and have him sleep in the kitchen, with the 2 adjoining doors firmly shut. Two, possibly three hours later, the relentless barking, yipping and howling finally ceased and I clawed myself back from the edge of insanity, congratulating myself for staying firm and gratefully went to sleep.

Went downstairs first thing, no dog in the kitchen! He'd only gone into my downstairs loo managing to shut the door behind him (where he couldn't be heard). I stood in the doorway looking at an exhausted panting dog, wondering where the hell my carpet was, as all there remained was unidentifiable bits of cord and fluff.
How he got away with it without having some sort of impaction is beyond me.
 

Soulman

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No your dog should not be on or in your bed,would you go to bed with your shoes on.A nd it's balls on you bed no pants.also the germs from its mouth on your pillow.
 

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