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i'm soooooooooo unbelievably tired! it was the second night for our puppy and she cried all night. can anyone please give me advice on how to deal with this? thanks. also, im very worried the neighour… Read More
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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
i'm soooooooooo unbelievably tired! it was the second night for our puppy and she cried all night. can anyone please give me advice on how to deal with this? thanks. also, im very worried the neighours might be knocking on my door today to complain :(
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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
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#1
sorry chuck - you just gotta fight through it ... she'll soon calm down when she's used to her new home ... as for the neighbours... tell em to wind their necks in - it's a new puppy for crying out loud.. lol :)
#2
wear an old jumper then tonight put it in its bed they will smell your scent and that may help
banned#3
right first of all i think we would all like to see a pic of the new pup 2nd as said above its all a bit scary for the little blighter and he/she misses their mum so be patiant
#4
arcangel111
sorry chuck - you just gotta fight through it ... she'll soon calm down when she's used to her new home ... as for the neighbours... tell em to wind their necks in - it's a new puppy for crying out loud.. lol :)


lol thanks! any idea how long this usually lasts? :oops:
#5
we had the same problem with our pup, we had an old teddybear that we put in his bed with him and also left the radio on low it worked a treat. 1 year on and he still goes to bed with his teddy lol. just keep goin he will settle down in the end good luck
banned#6
whatsThePoint
take it to bed with you


worst advice ever obviously never had a puppy before please ignore this
#7
whatsThePoint
take it to bed with you


i wish, but dont really want to get her in that habit. shes a german shephard & will eventually take over the whole bed lol.
#8
i just got a kitten and had the same problem i heated up one of them micro bag things that smell of lavander
and put it in the bed with the kitten she snuggled in like it was her mum and we didnt hear her again.
#9
jamstaruk1972
wear an old jumper then tonight put it in its bed they will smell your scent and that may help


thats sounds like a nice idea! will try that tonight. we left a lamp on in the kitchen all night for her, was that ok?
#10
fragaliciousbob
right first of all i think we would all like to see a pic of the new pup 2nd as said above its all a bit scary for the little blighter and he/she misses their mum so be patiant


will get a pic asap! i know its all a bit new and scarey for her being taken away from her mam & siblings. we managed to ignore her all night tho so i know weve got the willpower, although we were sat up in bed all night tearing our hair out lol
#11
did the breeders not give you a comforter or something that smells of you pups mum? if not give them a ring & ask them for something as this will help him/her relax :thumbsup:
#12
I slept in the same room that puppy was to sleep in( about 3 feet away),though never spoke to our puppy. Then(and you may laugh) hummed a lullaby(no words)for about 5-10 minutes. I actually saw this on an American programme and it works! Also, forgot to mention that when holding the puppy, hum the lullaby when things are quiet and this soothes and reasures the puppy(just like a baby). Throughout the week of 'sleep training', the puppy becomes used to your voice and knows you are there thus not having to hum for so long. The more the puppy gets used to it, you can actually just hum a few bars during the day when puppy has its 'quiet time' and puppy will instantly go to sleep...allowing you to get-on or even go out for a short while! It's all about the puppy being reassured it hasnt been left abandoned. Hope this helps... :thumbsup:
#13
aawww the poor wee pup! It must be sooooooo nervous just now wondering whats going on. My sister has recently got a puppy and has one of them teddy's that has a hearbeat noise and her pup cuddles into every night no problem!!!!!
#15


Pretty much crate training is good advice. Seems a bit weird to 'lock your dog away'' at night at first, but ours got used to it quite quickly and settled down. It's more the other way now - if we don't put the dog in the crate at night then she whines and pimpers, because it's something she's got used to now.

All the other advice about comforters, teddys, favourite toy etc is all good - stick something in with the puppy that will be familiar to it.
#16


that was great thanks! im thinking maybe we need a crate???
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#18
MEET [COLOR="Magenta"]BELLA[/COLOR]!!!
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banned#19
Aw, cute bella

It does look sad
#20
alexcruxon
i just got a kitten and had the same problem i heated up one of them micro bag things that smell of lavander
and put it in the bed with the kitten she snuggled in like it was her mum and we didnt hear her again.

i really like that idea but she'll probably chew it up. :?
#21
Bella looks shattered!!!!!!!!
#22
bossyboots
aawww the poor wee pup! It must be sooooooo nervous just now wondering whats going on. My sister has recently got a puppy and has one of them teddy's that has a hearbeat noise and her pup cuddles into every night no problem!!!!!


ive never heard of that, where can i get one? :)
#23
DLM
Aw, cute bella

It does look sad


she looks depressed bless her. obviously misses her mam :(
#24
my rabbit is called Bella .. useless for you but never mind.. lol
#25
michelle2207
ive never heard of that, where can i get one? :)


Looking on net I think its called a snuggle pupppy http://www.amazon.com/Pup-Life-Brown-Snuggle-Puppy/dp/B000C9YHFS the price in that link is in dollars but am sure you can get them on ebay or any good pet shop. Her pup cuddles right into it!
#26
aww soo cute. I used to have the pup in bed for a quick cuddle when when we went to bed and when they fell asleep put them in their cage/crate next to the bed if they woke in the night crying i could just put my hand down and they would know i was still there and relax again. it takes a while. good luck
#27
When my GSD was a pup my dad would get up when he started crying in the middle of the night and hold him in a certain position, she's just scared that noone is around, they need someone there to know they're safe. He would be fine after that and go back to sleep, he's 7 months now and sleeps wherever he can.
#28
it took about 5 days before ours stopped crying at night. we used to snuggle up with a blanket over us and the puppy for a while & then wrap the puppy in the blanket before putting her to bed. it works a treat now she just needs her blanket
#29
mine was the same, pretty much been said already but just ride it out, they soon get used to it
#30
So cute! I love German Shepherds!
#31
aww. that's so sad abt him missin his mam..

i wonder if there are any products you can use- as for cats there is a plug in thingie called 'feliway' which i have heard works wonders to calm the felines down
#32
did the breeder not give you somthing with the other pups and mums smell on? bit strange of them not to do that, you could always ask them for one
#33
Yes, get on to the breeder and get something that smells of mum.
Wrap a hotwater bottle in an old blanket to snuggle up to.
Put a clock or radio near by.
Do not go and comfort or pick up.
No crate for puppy to sleep in? Does the pup have a nice safe feeling corner/bed/cupboard?
#34
i always tell people who buy my puppies to put a blanket with the scent of the mum in bed with them, a ticking clock so it gives the impression of a beating heart, a hot water bottle (warm not boiling) and just ignore. don't get into the habit of getting up and down to check on her, she'll soon get used to sleeping on her own.
hope this helps
#35
yep we used a ticking clock,a good loud one ! worked a treat
#36
We have been lucky with our pup....breeder gave us a teddy that had been in the bed with mum and pups since birth, we rubbed a blanket all over mum before we brought him home which he sleeps on and we introduced him to a crate straight away. He cried for a short while the 1st night but we ignored and he settled after about 20 mins and that was it.
He now takes himself off to his crate at night and he is only 15 weeks
Good advice about the jumper comforter......give it a go.
All the best with your pup.
#37
Our first pup did cry a lot for the first two nights but within a week he'd stopped on his own, giving them something they like the smell of is good plus you have to make sure you don't come down and see them otherwise they will keep doing it as hard as that is.

We've been lucky with the current pup though, the breeder has gradually separated him and his siblings from his Mum so that by the time we picked him up he wasn't spending any time with her unlike the first pup who was with his Mum all the time until we picked him up. The result is the current boy has never made any noise at night to our surprise and slept the whole way through even on the very first night.

John
#38
chesso
Yes, get on to the breeder and get something that smells of mum.
Wrap a hotwater bottle in an old blanket to snuggle up to.
Put a clock or radio near by.
Do not go and comfort or pick up.
No crate for puppy to sleep in? Does the pup have a nice safe feeling corner/bed/cupboard?


i have a blanket that i put over me on a night when im sat watching tv. she's took to it and curls up on it for her naps so ive gave it up for her and my daughter has very kindly gave her a big soft toy doggy which she likes to snuggle into when on the blanket! so fingers crossed she'll be a bit more comforted tonight and i'll also try leaving the radio on low aswell, see if that helps. :)
#39
alfie and harrys mum
i always tell people who buy my puppies to put a blanket with the scent of the mum in bed with them, a ticking clock so it gives the impression of a beating heart, a hot water bottle (warm not boiling) and just ignore. don't get into the habit of getting up and down to check on her, she'll soon get used to sleeping on her own.
hope this helps


we were strong and managed to ignore her last night (well it was quite difficult to ignore lol but we didnt go see her) i'm gonna try the hot water bottle i think along with blanket, teddy, radio on low and lamp turned on ha so fingers crossed we have a better night :roll:
#40
housefan
yep we used a ticking clock,a good loud one ! worked a treat


she had a ticking clock last night, it obviously didnt work for her lol. x

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