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Old 08-01-2012, 11:48 AM
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He has toys, chewies, and he gets a Kong when I put him to bed. He's been really good up until the past couple days. That's what I can't figure out.

He cannot be loose. I have two dogs who will bite him if pushed, and, well, Bean pushes. He's also not even remotely housebroken. Right now Steve is tethered. I don't think there's anywhere else in my room that I can tether Bean that he can't get into anything and that he can't get to Steve (who will bite him if pushed).
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Old 08-01-2012, 12:06 PM
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Very teeny-tiny ex-pen perhaps? Of course if he is anything like mine he will just climb out of the pen.
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Old 08-01-2012, 12:15 PM
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He has toys, chewies, and he gets a Kong when I put him to bed. He's been really good up until the past couple days. That's what I can't figure out.

He cannot be loose. I have two dogs who will bite him if pushed, and, well, Bean pushes. He's also not even remotely housebroken. Right now Steve is tethered. I don't think there's anywhere else in my room that I can tether Bean that he can't get into anything and that he can't get to Steve (who will bite him if pushed).
So...is that a "no"...?
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Old 08-01-2012, 12:28 PM
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All my puppies had their very own Pound Puppy to sleep with. For some odd reason, it totally worked.
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Old 08-01-2012, 12:45 PM
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I'm so glad Cali is no longer a screaming puppy.. I remember her first nights home, where zero sleep was involved. My mom and I ended up taking turns sleeping with her so that the other one could get a bit of sleep. At first, we had her crate on the floor, but that didn't work at all. Then we moved it onto my bed, which worked for awhile until she started knocking it off the bed without me noticing.. meaning she slept in a tipped over crate all night. So, at four/five months old, I let her just sleep on my bed. Surprisingly, she caught on really quickly and didn't use the bathroom on my bed.. she waited and then quickly went out in the morning.

But then again, if you have dogs that need to be supervised with him, it might not work in the scenario where he decides to jump off the bed. I'm lucky and had a very tolerant, older dog who puts up with all Cali's antics by some miracle. Although Cali got a dose of her own medicine when she went and visited my aunt's new shih-tzu mix puppy. :P

Either way, good luck and I hope you get the advice you need.. I can only imagine how I'd feel if I had a screaming puppy every single night without fail.
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Old 08-01-2012, 01:36 PM
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Maybe Rescue Remedy? Thundershirt?
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Old 08-01-2012, 02:34 PM
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That's enough to make someone crazy! Is he in your room?
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Old 08-01-2012, 02:52 PM
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How old his he now? Could just be another phase where he is testing his limits again... I second the earplug suggestion! I use mine after my hubby leaves for work really early and Riley likes to whine until I get up. I know he doesn't have to go out so I just put in the plugs and get my sleep!
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I'm sorry you got the difficult puppy. Out of all the new puppies welcome in Chaz you got the short end of the stick. He is cute though!
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I went through ups and downs with my friend's GSD puppy, who I raised to 6 months. He'd be fine for a few weeks then go through a screaming period... ugh! D:

I'm sure this is a crate training faux pas, but I'd fall asleep with him in my bed. It was really hard for him to fall asleep alone but once he was asleep he'd stay sleeping. It only took a few minutes, then I'd gently put him in his crate. I put a bully stick, stuffed kong and cookies in his crate so that if he did wake up he'd go for those. Crate games during the day did help a lot, throwing cookies and kibble in there, etc. I actually gave him benadryl a few times to save my sanity. When I took him out in the middle of the night when he was little, I'd run him around whether he liked or not, to wear him out so that he collapsed when he got back inside.
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