I have a rubber cushioned liner that covers the entire bottom of the crate and on top of that I have a thin bed. He just wants to be out with me and must be put in the crate. I actually have 2 crates, one in the bedroom for nighttime, and one in the living room for when I need to put him in to get things around the house done. He fights going into both. I have no choice but to put him in for short periods during the day and he is very vocal about not liking it. This has been my biggest issue so far.Could you put bed in the crate?
Yes now that I removed the bed he goes into the crate and falls asleep.Does he actually go to sleep though?
We leave ours in our kitchen (its not very big) with her crate, and whilst we have seen she goes into her crate and chews, she doesnt fall asleep 😞
We will get there, as want to be able to leave her for a few hours alone in the not too distant future - for our own sanity