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Remember continence comes with age too. I'm glad you're not restricting wter anymore. That's just a disaster waiting to happen. ... within a month the need to potty at night with end. She's still a baby withimmature organs. Good luck, Lori

I have to agress with Stu, I think it is a matter of preference if you want your dog to sleep with you. My new puppy Molly sleeps with me at night and we go to be about midnight and she is clean until I wake up in the morning about 10ish however think seriously about this because if you start letting your dog sleep with you and then decide a few weeks down the line you no longer want it sleeping with you then you could find yourself in trouble with the dog howling to come up to bed. My other lab Benson does not like sleeping upstairs, he likes to sleep in the kitchen, I have tried to bring him to bed with me but he won't have any of it.
Good Luck whatever you decided
Quoth "Bobby B" (Email Removed) on Wed, 20 Oct 2004 21:07:21 -0400,
So now I have a dilemma. Do I let my dog sleep in my bed and deal with the tossing and snoring, or do I keep her in the bathroom and keep waking up at 4am?

She'll probably be able to deal with your tossing and snoring if you give it a try.

Only know that there is no spork.