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« Reply #20 on: April 29, 2008 07:03:56 AM »

I have to agree........this is a training problem. 

Have you tried contacting a pet trainer to ask advice?  Because even if you're bed wasn't falling........if he's "hiding" under the bed when he's scared.......he has an insecurity issue.  Most dogs prefer to sleep where they can see their owners while they're sleeping........because of their protective nature. 

BTW........you could always purchase some wooden boards..........fashion a 'box' frame that would nestle just inside your bed frame.........and reach from the bottom of your boxspring to the floor.  This would keep the bed from falling.................provide 'even' support for you.........AND keep Fido out from under........... Wink

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« Reply #21 on: December 16, 2008 07:29:02 PM »

my bf nailed a board under ours, we have drawers under, its a queen waterbed frame, with regular mattresses. its not a training problem.dogs like to feel secure. they like a place near their owners. my dogs doesnt want to get smushed to pieces by my flailing about in sleep, so she used to do this. now she sleeps in the space between the frame and mattress. shes weird, but tis safer.i think the cayene pepper ideas good, and those lil spikes.. also the lattice ideas great..

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