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omg, that's too funny. I don't know if I'm qualified to comment because I don't have my hav yet, but based on past doggie experience and what I've been reading in the meantime, the problem might be that you gave into the whimpering too quickly and she may continue doing that on those occasions you want her out of the room or on the floor for awhile, so you kinda set yourself up for a problem. Maybe you could start getting her used to sleeping in the other room, or at least on the floor? I gotta think at some point she will give up with the protesting and just sleep once she realizes it's not working. Personally, I am a light sleeper and ideally I'd like to have my puppy in a different room at night, which likely won't be possible at first, if ever, but she will definitely be crated or in an ex-pen on the floor. I can't sleep with a dog on the bed, I can barely sleep with my husband on the bed....