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Noise in the house

Hi all, I pick up our 8.5 week havanese on 31/05. I have two kids; 6 and 4 year olds. Sometimes our house can get noisy, mostly due to the kids. I don’t want to encourage this kind of behaviour when Milo is here so am trying to get them to tone it down. I can only assume a puppy can not tolerate such noise on a regular basis..?


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If they are socialized to it early, then it really shouldn't matter that much. Gratned, the first few days they will want to tone it down for the puppy to settle in, but hopefully the breeder will have done something to help. My breeder would often play sounds in the puppy area .. such as thunder storms, vacuums, traffic, babies crying, kids laughing/screaming/etc, airplanes, helicopters, etc etc. I would ask your breeder if they have done anything to help towards that?

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In some ways it will help socialize the puppy. They should try to be calm when they first are interacting and beginning to build a relationship with the puppy so he’s not scared when he first arrives. Other than that, their usual play sounds are happy, healthy kid sounds and the puppy should be exposed to them so he becomes comfortable with family noise in the background.
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My granddaughter lives with us, and she is almost two. She is a sweetheart, but she can be a typical rambunctious toddler at times. All my dogs have adjusted to her just fine. They stay out of her way if she’s being too wild, and as a result, she has learned to be quiet and gentle with them, because that’s the only way they will let her get close to them!

Of course your kids are older, and the puppy is youger, so the children will have better understanding, and the puppy will need more support and help. But with your help and support, they will all work it out!
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Thank you all for the great advice. Our breeder already plays common sounds to the litter and she has told me that they only jump with fright when a loud motorbike goes past the house (she keeps the back garden door open so they can hear different sounds). My kids make the typical “kid noises”; loud and non coherent! I have told them to ensure they dial it down when he arrives, which I think they will as they will be so much in awe of this is real life teddy bear!

Our Milo is the white with apricot colour ears by the way. He loves that big teddy so I have just ordered him one from Amazon. He is 7 weeks here.




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Sounds like he'll be just fine
He's absolutely adorable!
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Thank you all for the great advice. Our breeder already plays common sounds to the litter and she has told me that they only jump with fright when a loud motorbike goes past the house (she keeps the back garden door open so they can hear different sounds). My kids make the typical “kid noises”; loud and non coherent! I have told them to ensure they dial it down when he arrives, which I think they will as they will be so much in awe of this is real life teddy bear!

Our Milo is the white with apricot colour ears by the way. He loves that big teddy so I have just ordered him one from Amazon. He is 7 weeks here.




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Awww, he is SO cute <3
I am getting my puppy on May 31st too!
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Thank you all for the great advice. Our breeder already plays common sounds to the litter and she has told me that they only jump with fright when a loud motorbike goes past the house (she keeps the back garden door open so they can hear different sounds). My kids make the typical “kid noises”; loud and non coherent! I have told them to ensure they dial it down when he arrives, which I think they will as they will be so much in awe of this is real life teddy bear!

Our Milo is the white with apricot colour ears by the way. He loves that big teddy so I have just ordered him one from Amazon. He is 7 weeks here.




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That picture is the sweetest thing!
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Thank you all for the great advice. Our breeder already plays common sounds to the litter and she has told me that they only jump with fright when a loud motorbike goes past the house (she keeps the back garden door open so they can hear different sounds). My kids make the typical “kid noises”; loud and non coherent! I have told them to ensure they dial it down when he arrives, which I think they will as they will be so much in awe of this is real life teddy bear!

Our Milo is the white with apricot colour ears by the way. He loves that big teddy so I have just ordered him one from Amazon. He is 7 weeks here.




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Oh, he is absolutely adorable!!!
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Such a cutie!!!! Good luck to you! Keep us posted. I have an almost 9 year old and an almost 12 year old and am hoping to get a havanese puppy by the fall!!
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