No, no it can't.
Rightly or wrongly, I tend to view my dogs as part of the family. They live here, this is their home and they should be comfortable in it. I am not the type of owner to relegate them to the backyard, the basement, the kitchen, or a crate.
Nivek has never been a furniture lover and despite the presence of three large and rather expensive dogs beds, he prefers the middle of the hard, cold kitchen floor even in the middle of winter. I do not question this.
Thankfully, Nuka is too large to fit comfortably on most of the furniture, so she doesn't bother trying, except for my bed, of course, my king size wonder-bed of awesomeness. In the beginning, I didn't mind this too much. Seeka was always a bed sleeper and it never really bothered me too much if my dog wanted to sleep on my bed during the day when I'm not in it anyway.
|Gee, I hope he's comfortable!|
|Bed? What bed, we're not on the bed!|
|Thanks for enforcing the rules, Dad, I appreciate that.|