rsieg Posted August 1, 2016 Share Posted August 1, 2016 This one is for the dog whisperers out there. I have had Logan for over 3 years now. He has couch and chair privileges, and has never tried to get on my bed, though there has always been a dog bed in my bedroom, two after I got Max, and he sleeps either there or on the living room couch. Friday I got home late, just after 8.30 pm rather than more usual 7 pm. I have a dogsitter comes midday. The other difference was my brother, who lives with me, was out of town. So, Logan had done no. 2 in the house. Not surprising, my fault and I did not yell either at him or the situation, cleaned it up and went for the usual walk. Logan was clearly upset about it though. I do think he may have jumped on my bed Friday. So this evening, I get ready for bed, and go in and find Logan on my bed.I make him get off, no yelling actually thinking its amusing. Go back to finish in the bathroom and he jumps right back on. Happened once more then he went to the living room couch where he usually sleeps. So my question is, why the sudden attraction of my bed after 3+ years? I actually would not mind him sleeping there except I am on cpap for sleep apnea and do have dog allergy, though no reaction to Logan, so I dont want to get it started. I am thinking it must have something to do with his accident in the house Friday. BTW, he must have really tried to hold it, ended up with about 5 different dirrerhia spots distributed around, really felt bad about it. Any thoughts on the dog psychology here? Quote RobLogan - - Max (Aug. 4, 2004 - Jan. 11, 2018) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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