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Well our little bundle of joy has changed our house many times and now one more. When Werli was brought home he would cry, bark and scream at about 4:am. So we moved his house into our office which is at one end of our first floor. We closed the door at night, our bedroom is on the second floor at the other end of the second floor it`s a pretty big house so we didn`t hear him especially since my husband runs a fan year around in the bedroom to cancel out the birds chirping in the summer.

Well all of a sudden last week our 6 yr. Husky which has really a good buddy of our Hav has decided to howl all the time our Hav is screaming. Well this is a big problem because our husky is very loud and instantly wakes both of us up, she has never done anything like this before.

It`s like our Husky is trying to tell us about her buddy being unhappy. So all this is to show the things that can happen that you never would imagine when you have a Hav haha. Hopefully this will run it`s course and get resolved sooner rather than later.
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woah. wait, so your hav is clear down at the other end of your gigantic house!??? How long has he been so far away from you??
My guess is if you move him into your room he will calm down, sounds like he is panic'd and your other dog is picking up on his stress. How old is Werli??

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Depending on how old your Hav is, he may just need to go potty. My Hav woke up crack of dawn for quite a few months to pee depending on how early we went to bed. Later, he'd wake up and then whine just because he wanted to play (ie no longer a beeline to the door). That we fixed by letting him sleep in our bed so now he wakes up with us. It probably could have been solved by moving him to our bedroom vs in the den, but we like a Hav curled up next to us.
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I'm sorry, I just still can't wrap my mind around how FAR away from you your poor puppy is .. how long as this been going on!?? I'm afraid at this point you have a MUCH bigger problem than just the big dog barking and waking you up ...

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Are the two dogs togther? Is it a distresssed cry or a lets play cry?
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Have to agree with Tillie's Mom. How old is Whirli? Making sure the puppy does not need to go potty should be the first concern.

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Werli needs to be closer to you in the evenings.
ALso, are you doing a night time pottie break for him at night? He might need to go.
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woah. wait, so your hav is clear down at the other end of your gigantic house!??? How long has he been so far away from you??
My guess is if you move him into your room he will calm down, sounds like he is panic'd and your other dog is picking up on his stress. How old is Werli??
Now he doesn`t do this like he did when we first brought him home. We have always kept our puppies in our bedroom when we bring them home but Werli started barking about 4 am. My husband needs his sleep, he has colon cancer and is in remission but can not handle awaking at 4 am, to much stress.

Werli may do this once or twice a week but now our Husky, his buddy has added a big problem.

Our Hav is very fussy about his house and we have noticed that when he begins having a fussy fit he has wet on his paper in his house. Many nights he never wets in the cage and has never made a stool in it. So we are going to have to figure out how to remove the wet paper in the middle of the night. I`m just hoping he just simply changes.
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Are the two dogs togther? Is it a distresssed cry or a lets play cry?
We have 3 dogs but the Husky is Werli`s buddy. It`s pretty much a PO yelping. He`s not crying at all. he`s p.offed to put it bluntly. Werli has gotten to be a tough little guy he spars with the big dogs every day and gets bounced around and he doesn't back off any more, but nothing is out of hand and the few times it has it`s stopped immediately by us, and if we leave, Werli is always in his house.
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Depending on how old your Hav is, he may just need to go potty. My Hav woke up crack of dawn for quite a few months to pee depending on how early we went to bed. Later, he'd wake up and then whine just because he wanted to play (ie no longer a beeline to the door). That we fixed by letting him sleep in our bed so now he wakes up with us. It probably could have been solved by moving him to our bedroom vs in the den, but we like a Hav curled up next to us.
We did think it was to go potty but when we took him out he was in no hurry to go, we now think it`s because he has wet on the paper side of his house and is upset because we have noticed he doesn`t like wet papers in his house During the day when he goes into his house to pee he immediately starts to push the wet papers into the corner and when we remove the papers he goes on his way. As I said before we used to put a new puppy in our bedroom for a few weeks but due the this puppy being awake at all times during the night and making noise, it is unexceptable in the light my husband has cancer although in remission he has to have his sleep. So Werli will conform just as all the others have in the past, it`s just a bump.
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