Kero's had a quiet week. Just his usual naps, walks, etc.
He's been sleeping in his own bed more this past week though. This is because our new bed is higher than the old one, and is a bit higher than he can easily jump. He can jump up on it if he really tries, but he prefers to either sleep in his doggy bed, or have help to get up.
He's figured out that, if he sits beside it whimpering and tapping the side of the bed with his paw for long enough, one of us will get fed up and lift him up on to the bed. That is, if we don't decide we've done that enough for one night, in which case we ignore him. When we do that, he gives up eventually and either jumps up himself or just flops down on his doggy bed with a sigh.
I did consider investing in some of those steps you can get to help old dogs get up big steps when they're no longer able to. But when I realised he can get up if he really wants to I changed my mind. Besides, it wont hurt him to spend the night in his doggy bed. That is, after all, why we have a doggy bed in the bedroom.
I always lift him on the bed when he has his bed time treats when we go to bed. I do the same when we go back to bed if I have to take him for a pee in the night. So he has plenty of oppertunities to sleep on the bed. It's not my fault he keeps jumping down in the night, is it?