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    My dog keeps whining in the mornings how do I stop it?

    I have a 12yr old dog who whines first thing in the morning we have ignored this for years, we now have have a puppy who is 13wks old who joins in the whining which has now developed into a whining contest of who can whine the loudest and longest EVERY morning the puppy is in his cage and the other dog is in the same room as this.

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    Lol i find it hilarious.

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    Lol i find it hilarious.

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    Sorry, but after 12 years, he is teaching the new puppy to carry on the tradition. How cute!!! Cannot help with how to stop it, the teacher here is the 12 year old.

    How funny!!! (Although I am sure annoying to your family)

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    let them out to go to the bathroom. just like people after 12 hours of sleep they probably have to pee.

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    Its going to be very hard to break the 12 year old's habit. Start by trying to prevent the puppy from whining before he gets used to it too.

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    He/She needs to go for a walkie.

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    A good telling off does the trick with the puppy show it who's boss.dont keep the dogs together at night the old one proberly needs to go out for business at that age getting on a bit .

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    kick em in the nuts every mornin'!!!!!! gve somthin to whine about!!!!

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    When my dogs do that, I get them out to go to the bathroom. They learned pretty quickly that it is the only thing that whining will get them before 6 AM. One of our dogs tried to push it back when we were house training her because we were in a routine of putting them out and then giving them breakfast. She kept moving up by about 15 minuets a week until she was trying to get me out of bed at 4:00 AM, so I put my foot down. No breakfast until 6:00 and that stopped the early morning whining.


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