- ModeratorJanuary 25, 2012 at 3:44 am314
If she can lay down comfortably and turn around, and it’s only her night time crate, then you can probably get away with it for a little while longer. If she is trying to jump up on the bed when you are there during the day, you should set up training scenarios practicing this. This will be the first step towards keeping her off the bed at night and will save you sleepless nights.
The other thing you may try is to tether/station her near her bed on the floor in your room, So that she can’t jump up. Or transfer her to her larger cage in the other room at night time.
She can earn the privilege of sleeping in your room when she is likely to succeed and you are likely to get some sleep!