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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-09-2009, 05:32 PM Thread Starter
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strange goings on...

kaylie cried all of sunday night. we had a 'normal' day, went to bed around 11 and at 3 a.m. she started to cry, then to whine and then to bark.
i got up to check on her and she looked fine. she was happy to see me, i gave her a pat on the head and went back to bed. she immediately started to cry again.
i got up, let them both out, went downstairs, gave them a treat and let them outside. they both seemed fine.
back to bed for all of us and she started to cry again. i was awake all night.

monday night she was fine, not a sound.
tuesday was quiet.

last night she started to cry again, no whining or barking. she was like a little kid who had a bad dream.

this morning, when i went to let them out of their room, mugsy was sleeping in the crate. mugsy hates the crate and has never been inside of it. i would put his favourite toy plus a treat inside and he would refuse to go inside.
today, he is sleeping in it?

is my house haunted? evil spirits moving my dogs to madness?

i do seriously wonder about kaylie, she seems fine, is eating, peeing and pooping like always. no other different behaviours showing. she is happy and cuddly as ever, still following me around everywhere i go. does not seem to be in any pain.
i'm at a loss.

anything like this ever happen to anyone here?

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Joe, was she awake? Or having a very active dream?

One of my boys, Lincoln, has very LOUD dreams. He will bark and even howl while he is dreaming.

My first thought was something like bowel obstruction, but since you mentioned she is eating and pooping just fine, I don't think it is bowel-related.

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No, I have no idea what could be causing the whining unless she had decided she wants to sleep on the bed with you. I think if she was in any pain, you would see signs during the day. I hope she gets back into her normal routine for you.


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This is an odd one Joe. She may be trying to play you to get you to let her sleep with you. I do think if there was pain or anything wrong you would see it during the day.

My two do sometimes switch personalities...laid back Cash gets all fearful, and stressed out Jasper becomes the life of the party.

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Joe, was she awake? Or having a very active dream?

One of my boys, Lincoln, has very LOUD dreams. He will bark and even howl while he is dreaming.

My first thought was something like bowel obstruction, but since you mentioned she is eating and pooping just fine, I don't think it is bowel-related.
she was awake. when she sleeps she snores...

see seems as healthy as ever, running and still loves her favourite chew nylabone. ears are fine, eyes are clear.

i did have a nap a few sundays ago, just crashed on the bed and they both jumped up. i was too tired to shush them off. but that 2 weeks ago.

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Is there something different or unusual lying or sitting in the room that she can see that has scared her?

Could it be a mouse?

Maybe she is playing you for sleep time in the bed?

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Is there something different or unusual lying or sitting in the room that she can see that has scared her?

Could it be a mouse?

Maybe she is playing you for sleep time in the bed?
nothing new has been added to the room.
i think she is trying to play me, last night right after lights out, she started to cry but stopped after a minute or so and was quiet for the rest of the night.
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Joe, Benji cries when he has gas. Sometimes bloating and pain can be severe due to the gas. I use homeopathic medication for his gas but I have used 1/4 Tum to calm his gas occasionally (both remedies are approved by his breeder). You may want to check with your vet or breeder if they would recommend anything to relieve gas.

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That is strange, Joe. I hope Kaylie is o.k. and it's just a behavior thing that can be corrected. Hope you sleep o.k. tonight again. It can take it's toll.




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Are you in the city or a suburb. In the burbs, maybe she's hearing a racoon, cats, something wandering around outside.


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