Guest FloridaGirl Posted February 22, 2015 Share Posted February 22, 2015 When you make sure that they're not hungry, don't have to potty, are comfortable, and generally ok do you just let them "whine it out"? Claymore seems so fretful and he's whining more and more. I thought this was because I was doing the dishes and not in the next room with him. Once I was done I went to sit in there with him and let him out of the crate. He likes it in there so he just wandered about and returned to it. He began whining again while I was in there, so I thought "well maybe me being in here is worrying him because he's expecting me to do something", so I moved into the next room again (I'm sitting around the corner, only about 6 feet away from his crate). He's still peeping. Do I just let him continue to whine until he resets and starts napping again? I've tried to offer a nice toy (which he seems interested in for about 3 minutes) or a crate-only delicious treat bone (also about 3 minutes). I've also got talk radio on in there with him as well as Netflix playing on my laptop just a few feet away. I've also got a DAP diffuser going. Is this just normal adjustment woe? I'm not really bothered by it (it's a gentle peeping he's making) but I just want to make sure there's nothing more I can try for now. I just took him out for his midday potty, so he's all cleaned out in that regard. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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