Q&A: How do I get my dog out of my bed?

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Question by booyakate: How do I get my out of my ?
She has been sleeping with us for about 6 months and I want her out! I’m thinking a , then treating her like crazy when she gets in it. Any other ideas? Thanks!

Best answer:

Answer by Coo Bird
Give up the Dog Is Spoiled.Or put a small dog bed in your room or like me I use a love seat I got out of the garbage

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K&H Lounge Sleeper Self-warming Pet Bed, 16-Inch by 20-Inch, Mocha/Green

K&H Lounge Sleeper Self-warming Pet Bed, 16-Inch by 20-Inch, Mocha/Green

  • Self-warming material radiates heat back to your
  • Non-slip bottom for stability
  • Warmth with no electricity needed
  • Fill made from recycled plastic bottles
  • Easy wash and care

The outside of the bed is in poly/cotton and the inside is lined in soft microfleece. The has a layer of metalized insulation that radiates warmth generated from the pets own body heat. A cozy lounge bed that every pet will love. Completely machine washable and filled with premium polyfil made from recycled plastic bottles. The bottom of the bed has a layer of “stay put” non-slip fabric for stability.
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Comments

    • germanshepherd456
    • September 6, 2012

    thats cool but i couldent find a big enough suitcase

    • liddlmau
    • September 6, 2012

    try tying a piece of string to the handle of the lid and then tying the other end of the string to a pole or a strong chair or table leg. Maybe use rope instead of string for toughness. Or even wedge the suitcase into a corner so that it cant close accidentally.

    • mace727
    • September 6, 2012

    Hahah! You guys rock!

    • tambrateer
    • September 6, 2012

    Clever and cool doggy beds.

    • spiritofwhitewolf
    • September 6, 2012

    can you do something for ferrets on your show please?

    • lacrosseanddancelove
    • September 6, 2012

    awww cute doggie!

    • angischy
    • September 6, 2012

    This was a great idea & I love that it’s a dual-purpose thing…storage AND the doggie bed. You guys rock, as usual!!!
    I came looking for something else, however. I want to repurpose a few of my old t-shirts as doggie shirts for my new best friend…my Boston Terrier, Lola. She has an owwie and I’m hoping a shirt covering it will keep her from licking without having to resort to the sad cone/dunce collar. Any tips?

    • tannya182
    • September 6, 2012

    I LOVE ANIMALS 😀

    • akissy
    • September 6, 2012

    T_T u.u This wold’ve been awesome for my Travieso… and my other dog sleep anywhereand ditches doggie beds, so yeah. XD

    • asianmaddness
    • September 6, 2012

    sucks when the suitcase accidentally closes on ur dog.

    • kawaiikitty9
    • September 6, 2012

    hey i have a request
    pls show how to make cute small pillows for chihuahuas

    • odog65
    • September 6, 2012

    I want to make a shitload of these and donate these to shelters

    • carolarol
    • September 6, 2012

    Im gonna use this for my cats:)<333 Sending LOVE to my sweet cats:)<3333333333333333333333333

    • writeloveonyourarms7
    • September 6, 2012

    T_T German Shepherd sized? :l

    • VRG1982
    • September 6, 2012

    She could take some fabric and hot glue gun it to her sofa?! 🙂 hoped this helped! 🙂

    • petplaysf
    • September 6, 2012

    Ha Ha I love the Idea of making anything into a comfortable bed! This absolutely ingenious!

    • NICKY752
    • September 6, 2012

    This Is the MOST STUPIDEST THING I have ever seen. The dog will get in knock the lid down and frighten the living shit out of himself. My dog always kicks his legs about when he is in bed and giving him this bed would be a big mistake.

    • petplaysf
    • September 6, 2012

    What a bunch of fun and funky DIY ideas for pet beds! I’ve never thought of using a vintage suitcase, but I love the idea!

    • Margarita197100
    • September 6, 2012

    Tell us how to knit a sweter for puppy and teach them not to bite it

    • PurdyBear1
    • September 6, 2012

    A great idea for a pet bed, and so easy to transport, plus the suitcases come in different sizes so easy to find one in your dogs size. 🙂 My dog actually tried out our old suitcase for size unfornunately we store the Xmas deckies in it, but I think its a great idea for the future.

    • hitsumiku30
    • September 6, 2012

    thank you for sharing this because i dont have money to buy a dog bed 🙂 and a good idea you have to help dogs

    • hitsumiku30
    • September 6, 2012

    im a girl why would i be your fiance? 

    • Kristen Reyes
    • September 6, 2012

    how do I keep the lid from shutting?

    • Starr
    • September 6, 2012

    I made that mistake by putting my puppy in the bed because I felt sorry for him after being neutered. Well, that was almost 3 yrs ago. The only time he gets in his dog bed is to lounge. He even comes get me when he gets tired and wants to go “nite-nite.” Yes, SPOILED but I can’t stand the whining when I try to leave him on the floor at night. Thank goodness he’s a mixed poodle breed and doesn’t shed.

    So I have resorted to letting him stay and I wipe his butt (yes I do) and his paws after he comes in so that he’s able to get on the bed.

    • michmadre
    • September 6, 2012

    When you find the answer let me know too!!!My husband works mids but when he has the night off-2 is company 3 is a crowd!!!We shut the door and the dog will whine and the cats-yes- other animals like to sleep in bed with us too, will paw on the door until they drive us crazy and we have to open it. I was just thinking of that last night after another night of contortionistic sleeping!!! The dog is spoiled and we did it to them!

    • Killa R
    • September 6, 2012

    Crate training is a great way to get a dog used to having his or her own space. If you buy a dog crate and leave the door open and make it all comphy in side- most dogs will actually prefer to sleep in their own space due to an natural denning instinct. Make sure there are lots of yummy chew toys like raw hide and hoofies and dog biscuits in there at first.

    To get her used to the idea without causing seperation anxiety I would suggest putting the crate next to the bed at first. Then whenever she jumps on the bed say “NO” in a firm voice. Make sure to put her in her crate and praise her like crazy.

    I will be honest with you- it is going to take a long time and it will NOT be easy. You have to be 100% consistent or you will just confuse the puppy.

    Good luck. As frustrating a path as you have ahead- it is possible. I did the same thing with my dog at about the same age.

    • jarm
    • September 6, 2012

    Your plan sounds good.

    Whatever you choose to do, be consistent.

    When you go out, put obstacles (a guitar, books, etc) on the bed to stop her using it while you can’t supervise her.

    • Holly A
    • September 6, 2012

    don’t let her in your bedroom? Maybe try disciplining?

    • Sybil L
    • September 6, 2012

    A dog bed should help, make sure it’s not in your bedroom though. I’d also keep your door closed. Good luck ~~

    • THE SMART A$S
    • September 6, 2012

    push her off
    and keep her off

    • msnite1969
    • September 5, 2012

    Hey, she shares the bed with you, why not return the favor? It’s a little late to take that comfort away from her now. Are you the kind of person who gives candy to a baby and then takes it away?

    Just let her sleep with you.

    • natmys333
    • September 5, 2012

    I would try a dog bed or just shut the door. My brother used to let the dog in his room and sleep on his bed and he got tired of it once the dog wasn’t a puppy anymore. He used a dog bed in the hallway or in his room. Good Luck!

    • Christy K
    • September 5, 2012

    PLEASE let me know if you find a solution!!! We have 3 dogs that sleep in our bed every night…it’s a pain! We bought them a bed and laid it next to ours and every time they get on our bed we tell them to get down and make them lay on their bed. It works while we’re awake, but they always get up in the middle of the night and we wake up trapped. Good luck with this one!

    • Ms Tracey Lyn
    • September 5, 2012

    Just let her sleep, what’s the big deal?

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