Our dogs have the option of sleeping on our bed with us every night.
Karma takes full of advantage of this, falling asleep at our feet to slowly squirm her way up to our pillows as morning arrives so she can stick her tongue inside every orifice of our face the moment we are close to awaking.
Rylie on the other hand, can't be bothered. At all. So usually begins sleeping under our bed or curled up in her own on the floor. If I get up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom or get a drink of water, she is nowhere to be found. She wanders in the middle of the night and returns back in the morning, as if not to offend us. It's her little secret.
Where does she wander to? Well our guest room at the end of the hallway (where the door is usually closed, the door to our room is usually left open), where she doesn't have to share a human bed with any humans. Or fellow canines.
On our recent trip where we stayed with family, we slept with our door closed. Karma slept on the bed with us as usual and Rylie either slept under the bed or in her crate. Or so I thought: