Yes, it really is as awkward as it sounds.
Pug has never wanted anything to do with sleeping on our bed. He can't handle not having boundaries and personal space and the ability to sit down for JUST FIVE MINUTES. So, he resides in his sleeping quarters, aka the laundry room, with not one bed but two. The two bed incident happened when we tried to give an older bed of his to our first foster pug and pug would hear of no such thing. He took it upon himself to repeatedly drag the old bed out of the foster's kennel and back to his room. Seeing this was a battle not in my favor I gave up bought a 3rd bed and to this day pug makes sure to have the two beds stacked on top of each other optimizing his comfort.
Kind of like the princess and the pea. But with a pug.
not sure what's going on here...looks like a rough night.
When Landry came along we set up the 3rd bed next to our bed and he happily slept their each night. Until about a two weeks into having him and I go to bed after everyone else to find Landry curled up under the covers on my side of the bed.
And that's when he got a taste of the good life.
He was just so cute about it and would burrow underneath the covers and curl up into a ball that when the time came neither one of us wanted to be the bad guy and make him sleep on the floor. So that's how I ended up with a pug in my bed even though I swore I up and down that I never would.
He comes in handy in the winter being your own personal heating pad, it's just a bit annoying when he jacks your pillow in the middle of the night.