Sometimes my dogs sleep in the living room but tonight they're in my room, usually always goes a little something like this
Most Helpful Guy
Under my desk on a blanket.
Letting your dogs sleep on your bed will equate them as your equals and could likely cause bad behaviors or make them not to listen to you. The higher ground that you have, the higher status you are in the dog world. It's important for dogs to have a "pack leader", otherwise it damages them mentally. They try to become the pack leader, then you don't do shit they say because you don't know what they want, then it stresses them out.
Not to mention they get dirt and hair everywhere and probably make your sheets smell bad.1
Most Helpful Girl
In the basement on their "bunk beds". I have two cats. My mom doesn't like them sleeping in our beds because they have dirty paws from standing in the cat litter to go to the bathroom, and she doesn't trust them in the living room, kitchen, or dining room by themselves because they like to scratch up the furniture and walk on the furniture and leave cat hair everywhere. So our solution was to just to let them have an entire room for themselves. Our basement has two sections. One section is our tv room and the other was just an empty room so we made it the cats' room. My step dad built them some "bunk beds" out of an old shelf we had and some old rugs. They sometimes fight over who gets the top shelf.0