What does it mean: allowing. For my setters it doesn't work (sometimes or especially for Bajka). I remember first night with Bajka. In the evening she lied down modestly in the end of bed on the edge of quilt, and in the morning I woke up frozen, strangly bent, suffering horibble backbone and neck ache with a corner of quilt on me. So I'm not very enthusiastic to that idea.
But my opinion is not decidive;)))
my old setter was like this. he would always sleep in my bed but only when i was not in it. he would get up and move right away if i would climb in. We had another bed right next to mine for him to sleep in ;)
He would also pull down all the covers and leave them in the middle of the room if i would be even half hour late coming back home from school.... just to show his displeasure with me :)))