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Sleeping all night

I'm just wondering about when everyone's puppy started sleeping through the night? We keep Syrus in the bathroom with a grass pad, food, water, crate and toys over night and whenever we have to leave him but I'm tired of scrubbing the bathroom every day from his grass pad making it smell. We would like to lock him up in his crate at night so we can keep the grass pad on the balcony but we don't want to try it and be waking up all night to his crying. If anyone has answers or advice we would appreciate it. Thanks in advanced!


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We got Jade at 14 weeks, she is 16 weeks now. We set up a pen in the bedroom with a sleeping pad, potty pad, blanket and toy.
She slept thru the night since the first night. She had one night when she didn't sleep, not sure why!

So far, things are going great.

Syrus is a beautiful pup!

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Thank you April! We have always kept him in the bathroom since we have carpet in the bedroom and don't want to ruin our apartment carpet since it's new but Sy is almost 16 weeks and I'm thinking he is probably sleeping through the night at this point. He used to cry 2-3 times through the night but that has stopped and he just moves the sliding door between the bedroom and bathroom back and forth in the morning when he's ready to get up lol. Thank you! I think tonight we are going to let him sleep in our bed just to see what his sleeping pattern is!


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All three of mine have slept through the night since 9-10 weeks. They are crated every night in our bedroom.

You WILL have to acclimate your puppy to sleeping in a crate, however. If you haven't used one, he is unlikely to think it's a great idea.


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Thank you! He is crate trained, we are just don't make him stay in there. He sleeps in it and goes in himself when he is ready to sleep, I figured he will probably cry, just hoping not longer than a week!


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Sy just keeps getting more adorable! We got Bowie at about 8 1/2 weeks. I have a small plastic crate on the floor next to my side of the bed. I just put him in the crate at bedtime. Night one he cried and I took him out to pee, all business no talk. When he cried again I would just stick my fingers through the crate to comfort him. This went on for two nights. He's been sleeping through the night and waking up at 7:00 since then. Hope you get a good nights sleep soon! How's everything else going?

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Thank you! He's definitely getting bigger and looking more and more like a true Havanese every day. Everything else is going amazing! He has learned a ton of new tricks and is doing amazing with potty training. Only accidents that happen are our fault where we aren't paying attention to what he's telling us! And the biting is slowing down, he goes in for his last set of shots tomorrow


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We have carpet in our bedroom too. My husband put a tarp down, covered it with a blanket then put the pen up on top of it. It seems to work very well.

Good luck, I hope Syrus had a good night!

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That's a great idea! We might try that.


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That's a great idea! How old is Sy now? Bowie is 17 weeks and just over 6lbs. What tricks has he learned??

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