As I have mentioned, Jake snores. It is a mystery how such loud noises can come out of such a small body. Regardless of the tremendous amount of honking he produces, I like both dogs to sleep in the master bedroom. The first few months with Jake were fairly sleepless but thanks to the volume control on the white noise machine and the body’s ability to find sleep (eventually), everyone is finally able to slumber with him in the room.
He currently sleeps in a crate — for two reasons. One, I’m not 100% sure he would ‘hold it’ all night if not in his crate and secondly, the crate keeps his snoring at a distance that gives the noise machine a fighting chance. The plan, however, has always been to try him in a bed and ditch the crate. I’ve delayed on this mostly because I love sleep so much. So much.
His bed (the smaller, matching version of Melvin’s) is on order. It will be a slow transition to it, we’ll start by putting it in the bedroom and just letting him find it for naps or give him Kongs on it. Some days, I’m sure Melvin will end up on it.
In preparation for two matching dog beds, the decorator in me had to start the rearranging effort. Part of that required Melvin’s bed to be moved, about 3 feet toward the window. He was not happy about this new real estate. I kept saying ‘the worse is yet to come buddy, wait until you meet your new neighbor’.