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Old 11-27-2012, 08:51 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Definitely ignore the whining!! I used to set the alarm. If bed at 10pm then wake up at say 1pm and 4pm. Or when older bed at 11pm and alarm at 3am and 7am. It's based on my time but my understanding roughly how long he can hold without discomfort or an accident.

Care though. Accidents happen so you have to learn to distinguish between the usual attention whining and the in distress whine. The first time it happened I ignore for a long time and he pooed and was freaking out being in such close proximity with it. Another time he vomited.

Also try to see or find the silver lining in the early wake up. For me, am doing early morning yoga whilst he has breakfast. Rather be in bed but this my reality.


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Old 11-29-2012, 07:24 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Default Update on our sleeping

Begley had his second set of vaccinations on Tuesday, and while chatting with our vet she said that he should be able to sleep most of the night at his age (10 weeks), and that we should stop initiating the 2:00 am potty breaks, lest we want to be doing 2 am breaks for the next 15 years. So, that night we tried it, and Begley was a total brat and was trying to chew everything for over an hour, until we went outside at 3:30 and he settled down when we came back in. The night after (last night), we made sure he had lots and lots of exercise in the evening, just in case the night before was a case of excess energy and boredom, and he slept quietly from 10:30 pm until 5:00 am! Since we normally get up at 5:30 am on workdays anyway, I thought that was pretty good. We'd like to stretch out that period over the next few months, but hopefully this sleeping pattern is the start of a good trend!
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Old 11-30-2012, 12:17 AM   #13 (permalink)
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That's lovely to hear! I think you just need to find your way together and I'm sure that he'll soon adapt into a sleeping pattern that suits you
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Tesla came home at 14 weeks, and slept through the night from day one. For the first two nights though, I got up and took her out at 2am anyways, just in case. She didn't do anything in the late night potty run though, just acted slow and sleepy. I guess I got lucky with a puppy that loved sleep as much as I did. She lets me sleep in on weekends till 10 now (and once in a while later).
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I got Lou when she was 3 months old, never cried and slept through the night no problem, even when i sleep in an extra hour or so... I was soooo surprised! All i had to say the first day was "its ok...lay down" with soft calming voice and she went to sleep in her crate, but about not having to potty i have no idea how she didnt have to go..,
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At 3+ mos I was still getting up during the night to take Jagger outside--pouring rain, wind and all! It wasn't until he was 4 mos that he actually slept through the night, probably from around 11 pm until 6 or 7 a.m. I'm sure each pup is different. Jag wasn't completely potty-trained until about 4 mos, oh my gosh, so not fun :(
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We got Wade at 8 weeks and the first week we let him out every night in the middle of the night. After that we stopped and he has slept through the night every night since.

Are you keeping the dog in a crate in your room? We found that putting the crate in a place where Wade could see us while we slept helped enormously.

At this point Wade is sleeping on the floor in our room (without crate) and has never had an accident. We wake up between 6:30 and 7 and let him out, and if it's a weekend and we want to sleep in, we bring him into bed with us and he goes back to sleep.

Good luck! Those first few weeks can be stressful, but it gets better!
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Enzo was amazing as he slept through the night right from the beginning at 8 weeks. Even more incredible was the fact that at that time I had to set the alarm for 2am to give my daughter medicine. He woke, looked at me, and I was so tired. I thought I would regret it but I fell back asleep and he did not get up until 6:30. My suggestion is to just see what happens. You don't have that much to lose and if he doesn't pee or wake you, you will be so glad you tried. Even now he will sleep quietly until I indicate I am up for good.
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Default Update at nearly 5 months

Just thought I'd update our sleeping situation as Begley's nearly 5 months old, and thank everyone for sharing their experiences! We first tried sleeping through the night with Begley when he was about 10 weeks old, starting off by staying up until 10:30 for his last outside break and getting up early at 5:30 for his first morning break. We were and still are picking up his water at about 7:30 in the evening. It didn't take long for him to be okay with that, we just had to be aware because sometimes he was a bit squirmy at night but was just shifting around. We've had some bouts of GI problems that necessitated some middle of the night trips, but it's very, very clear that he needs to go out in those circumstances. Begley's slept on the bed with us right from the day he came home, so one of the advantages to that is it's easy for us to notice if he's moving around.

Now, at about 4.5 months old, we can go from 9:30 at night until 7:30 or 8:00 the next morning (at least on weekends, when we have the option of sleeping in). It's great!

Now if we could only master loose leash walking as quickly... :-)
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I got Storm at 12 weeks, and he slept through the night from day one...

He's still not all that reliable in the house, when not crated, but I'm starting to learn his body language...
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