Hi all, I know I recently posted a similar post but this time coming from a different angle. Otis (now about 18 weeks) is very difficult around blankets and the mat that I am trying to get him to understand is for settling on. If I have the blanket on me (like on the couch), he's gotten much better about understanding that it's not a toy for him and to leave it alone or enjoy laying on it with me. If a blanket, or his mat is on the floor... he immediately thinks it's a giant toy. If it's a blanket, forget it he's biting and humping it like mad. With the mat, I can never leave it out for extended periods of time because he would spend the entire day humping it and playing with it. When he starts playing with the mat I do not reward him, but I'm starting to think that what he's doing is far more rewarding than any treat I could give him. Should I leave the mat out and just reward him when he settles on it? Has anyone else experienced this issue with settling on mats? And does anyone have any advice for it?