Nope, not at home, she sleeps in the kitchen but in the caravan she does.
My Vizsla is really independent. He follows me into rooom but doesn't feel he needs to touch me all the time. If he is tired he will just lay somewhere to sleep and could care less who is around him.jacksmommy said:Jack sleeps all over the place - its kind of a rotation throughout the night. On top of the covers, under the covers, in his bed, on the floor and so on. If he is under the covers he MUST lay touching you somewhere somehow. I guess thats why they call them "velcro vizslas"
ritz said:Ritz starts out asleep at the foot of the bed under her own blanket (she likes covers) but throughout the night she sneaks up and when i wake up she's typically under my covers cuddling me with her head on my pillow.
I used to leave the door open when i went to sleep when i first got her before she was house trained and that was a problem with using the bathroom in the house overnight. I just started shutting her in my room until she quit having accidents. Now that she is completely house trained, she technically has roam of the house at night but she never goes anywhere unless i get up from bed.