Well, what depends – does he like a soft, cushy dog bed, or does he prefer to sleep curled under an armchair? When he stays with us, he’s one of our own, so our house is his.
We’re often asked if dogs spend time in cages or crates while there are here, and the easy answer is no.
While we don’t normally keep a crate in the house, if a client requests that their dog sleep in a crate at night, we’re not opposed to it. We understand that some dogs are used to sleeping in a crate and find it comforting, so we’re open to simulating whatever environment your dog is most comfortable in.