How are all the puppies sleeping?

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Newpupsoon Fri 02-Aug-19 08:56:04

Just trying to make myself feel like I’m not the only one with a puppy not sleeping very well.
Last night mine settled herself in her crate at about 10.00. She then was up at 2.30 and had a pee, then 3.30 for a poo and then up at 5.30 to pee again. Had breakfast at 6 and then went back to sleep for an hour.
She’s 10 weeks old now. Does that sound normal?
How are all your puppies sleeping?

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Notaboxer Fri 02-Aug-19 08:58:56

Sounds about right, my pup is 6 months now but the night interruptions probably stopped for good around 14 weeks. And gradually reduced to one wake up call until then

dgc4rter Fri 02-Aug-19 09:16:10

My little one now goes to bed at about 11:00 pm. She usually crashes out with me in the lounge in the evening then wants to play for around half an hour before I put her in the crate and say good night. I get up at around 6:00 am then let her out for a pee and a poo. It was about 16 weeks before I discovered she could go all night without needing to go out.

I was pretty lucky I guess that she was a pup that took to the crate instantly. After the first few nights when she cried a little for the first half hour, I never heard a peep out of her and she has always slept in the kitchen from day 1.

ProperVexed Fri 02-Aug-19 09:19:50

I have a litter of 6 labrador puppies at the moment. They are now 6 weeks old and beautiful. Nights are fine, we don't here a thing from 2200 until about 0500. We think that is because they are altogether. Daytime is a nightmare of cleaning up pee and poo and pee and poo. Repeatedly! Still trying to decide whether or not to keep one......

ProperVexed Fri 02-Aug-19 09:22:05

can't do a puppy thread without pictures!

Newpupsoon Fri 02-Aug-19 09:32:40

Thanks for the replies. Sounds like I’m in for a few more weeks of it then.
As long as there’s going to be an end to it I don’t mind.
Here’s a picture of her...

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ProperVexed Fri 02-Aug-19 09:39:12

Ooh...she's a beauty! I'd forgive everything she does!

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dgc4rter Fri 02-Aug-19 09:57:30

@Newpupsoon Yes, don't worry. Yours sounds pretty normal and it will get significantly better in about 1-2 month's time.

Whywhywhy1 Fri 02-Aug-19 10:19:35

Reading with interest as our puppy arrives next week.

Newpupsoon Fri 02-Aug-19 11:05:13

How exciting @Whywhywhy1. What type of dog is it? We’ve had a great fortnight with ours but my goodness it’s hard work!!
Our pup still hasn’t cracked the toileting or the sleeping!! She can do lots of tricks though confused!

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