How to Keep Puppy from Crying at Night (Video)

Dogs crying at night are a complaint I hear a lot. If you’re a dog owner, chances are you’ve been there or are going through it: apparently endless, sleepless nights since your dog refuses to settle at night. It not just barks you right into insomnia, but some very grouchy mornings, as well.

It might be because of puppies being just young and energetic and not having an outlet for it. Particularly before they have had all their vaccines and can go outside and play with dogs and survey their environment, they have a propensity to get really kind of antsy, and they'll go to sleep.

They can sleep half the day if you're at work. Next, you come home. They play with you for a few hours, and then you expect them to go back to sleep and sleep all through the night. It's very difficult for them. Making sure your dog has a lot of exercise throughout the day and a lot of exercise before bed is recommended.

There are ways to exercise your dog even if you can't leave the house if the puppy's too young to go outside. Find activities. If you teach them to come when called, then you can practice back and forth through the house with other family members so the dog is running from the living room to the bedroom and back. You can also do training circuits with the dog, where it's come, sit, stay, down, stay.

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