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Our dog did sleep with us in our bed, but we've had to put a stop to it and put him in his crate at night because of this behavior. Is there anything we can do to reintroduce him to our bed to sleep with us again?
We've had the dog for a year, and this has become a problem over the past month or so.
This is our usual bedtime routine. I go to bed first, the dog will usually come upstairs to join me within an hour or so, and then maybe an hour or so later, my husband comes to bed. It didn't used to be a problem at all. Now, my husband will move the covers to get in bed, and the dog gets up out of his spot, no matter where he is, and tries to snip at my husband. My husband has tried bringing treats with him to bed and the dog will happily accept them, but the moment he gets in bed, its snips.
I don't think the dog is guarding me, it really seems to be something to do with my husband moving the blankets around.
edit: Doggo is normally very very submissive. The only other time he is aggressive is when he 1 certain kind of treat (bully sticks) and you try to take it away. Any other treats are fine.
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