Here`s another great article:
3 month old Frenchton.
My fiance convinced me to let her sleep in bed with us at night. I am home 5 out of 7 days a week right now while she is a puppy, and after I get up in the morning around 8 or 9, I don't want her in the bedroom because it is down a hall and in another room far from where I am during the day, so I can limit her area and make sure she doesn't mark or have an accident or just get into something (chewing wires) and I also don't want her going up and down the dog stairs if she gets the zoomies.
Well, we have noticed that she will randomly want into the bedroom and scratch and absolutely scream at the closed bedroom door during the day with no real reason for needing to go in. If I open the door sometimes she will try to go onto the bed and go back to sleep, but other times she just wants to go in there and sniff around and cause trouble. If we close the door and she is in that mood, she will absolutely freak out until we open the door or until we completely distract her for the moment, but she will go back and start again once the temporary distraction is gone.
She has 2 other beds which we have in the computer room (where I spend most of my time) and the living room (where my fiance does).
It even happened last night when both of us were home and in those two rooms.
Help me to not train my dog to have run of the house like this. I am not sure what to do to prevent this from happening on the regular and nip this in the bud.
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