Guest lemon Posted July 16, 2013 Share Posted July 16, 2013 Tosh is settling in nicely but is apparently still on track time- waking up at 5 am. When he wakes up he’ll whine and sometimes make a noise almost like a roo. My wake-up time is 6 am so I’d like to find a way to keep him quiet until I wake up. Below is any information that might be useful: When he wakes up he will either whine or roo which for the most part I just ignore. Often he’ll whine for awhile and might then settle down only to begin whining again in a little bit. Sometimes I’ll tell him “that’s enough” and he’ll stop for a bit before starting again. He sleeps in the living room by choice with the door to my room open so he can come in anytime he wants, he has a bed in both places. He really does not seem to like being in the bedroom. When he first came I kept him in my room at night with an x-pen blocking the door and he would lay before the door wanting to go out. He would eventually sleep but the moment he woke up he’d want to go out into the living room and whine. However even if I let him go there he would still whine. During the day he stays in the living room area, if I go to the bedroom he may follow me to the doorway or come in but then will turn around and go back to the living room. My apartment is really small so even when we’re in separate rooms we’re not too far apart. His last out is around 10 pm right before he goes to bed. In the morning he does not rush outside to use the bathroom. When I open the door to the yard he will walk out, stand on the patio sniff the air then turn around and come in. He much prefers to go to the bathroom on walks and I suspect he saves it so he can mark up the neighborhood . When I wake up and go into the living room he will do zoomies for a few minutes and then I throw on clothes and we go for our morning walk which he loves and gets really really excited about. I'm wondering if I should start keeping him in my room again at night to rule out whining in the morning because he is alone and just keep ignoring him but would like some advice from those who have been there done that. I love the little guy but I love him even more when I get a full 8 hours of sleep! Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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