denisetanaka Posted September 19, 2016 Share Posted September 19, 2016 (edited) Hi, Here we go again. I have Laila for now almost 4 months, she is 3 years old, fearful timid girl who lives in Downtown apartment. This last 2 weeks she started to change her behavior at night. Every night 3:30 am (ow yeah she seems to have a inner clock, cause is always the same time) she tries to reach our bed, and prefer to stay in the middle of me and my husband. I read here that maybe she feels cold, so we tried to put some clothes in cold nights and nothing had changed. We try to say: "No, get out of bed!" . She does and then starts crying in her bed. She sleeps in our walking closet. So she spends the whole night walking everywhere, goes to living room, office, kitchen and then try to reach our bed again, if we say no, she tries 5 min later and so on. She is relentless! If we let her sleeping with us, it's miserable, my husband and I sleep badly cause she stretches herself so much and use the entire bed, we sleep in the corner of the bed. It's really annoying. And sometimes she is in the bed with us and just starts crying very softly. I don't think she wants to pee/potty, cause we go for walks at 11pm, we have pads in one area that she already learned to pee if necessary. She was diagnosed with hookworms lately (last Friday), we did a poop test for a dog boarding place and now we are treating her with Panacur. But apparently she didn't show any symptoms,she is eating well, good weight, playing, despite the hookworms no other health issue. She spends all day sleeping (just get awake for eating and walking 3x) and then 3:30am she seems to be awake as never before. I don't know what she is trying to say, nor why this is happening just right now after 4 months, I have no idea what is that. I don't know if she is feeling pain or whatever it is. What I just know is that I am feeling miserable for this 2 weeks, once she wakes me I can't sleep again, this behavior is really killing me. Any idea? Edited September 19, 2016 by denisetanaka Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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