How to Teaching Your Puppy to Sleep Through The Night

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Teaching Your Puppy to Sleep

Getting a new puppy is like having a young baby, and according to the fact that a puppy is a baby dog and needs to be treated.

Puppies do not come fully developed into our lives, how to obey, that night time is for sleeping, knowing where to go to the toilet, and all the things that we need to teach our puppies as dog owners.

 

Sleeping through the night is one of the most important things that you need to teach your puppy, or at least, not disturbing you and crying while you are asleep!

However, bedtimes for puppy can prove to be challenging, as same as they can with human toddlers.

Sometimes, your puppy will want to play, might simply not be sleepy, have picked up the routine of the household yet or will not be keen to be left alone.

In this article you’ll learn about how to teach your puppy to sleep through the night without incident.

 

You may want to know when is the right age that your puppy will be able to sleep through the night.

Puppies should be learning to know the routine of day and night, and the sleep schedule of the people they live with from the age of eight weeks upwards. When the puppy is twelve weeks old, at that time you can expect that they are capable of sleeping through the night.

However, at that age of twelve weeks old it’s the common age that puppies go from their breeder to their new home, and with this upheaval and transition, it might not be possible to start learning the puppy to sleep at night until you have it into your own home.

 

Water and Feeding

Your puppy’s last meal of the day should be given about three hours before bedtime, so they can digest it properly and take their time to the toilet if they need to.

When you feed your puppy later than this time, unlikely, that will mean the puppy will need to go to the toilet during the night!

 

And for the drinking you should also encourage your puppy to drink a two or three hours earlier before bedtime, so that they will be less thirsty and hopefully they will not time to go to pee!

 

Make Sure That Your Puppy Go to Toileting before bedtime

Before bedtime you should give your puppy ample opportunity to go to the toilet, so that will encourage them to sleep at night without waking up.

 

A sleepy puppy is a tired puppy!

When your puppy is full of energy it will need to go outside, which likely mean that have significant problems getting them to settle down to go to sleep!

It is wise to the energy out from your puppy in the couple of hours leading up to bedtime, by plenty of walks, active play or games.
Happy spaces for sleeping

You should make the sleeping spaces for your puppy appealing to them. It should be comfortable, warm, ad located somewhere that they like.

Also, allowing your puppy to take something that smells of you to bed with them can be comforting for puppies.

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