Your puppy’s rest may depend on the activity that he has carried out throughout the day and the rules that we are going to instill in him from a young age. Also, there are a number of conditions that can make it easier for you to sleep.
From the day your new puppy comes home (whether he’s eight weeks old or four months old), getting him a good night’s sleep is up to you. He is a baby and therefore they spend practically all day sleeping to grow healthily. But the first few days at home he may have trouble settling in with the excitement of his new home. Everything is new sensations for him!
We are going to learn the following recommendations to teach your puppy to sleep through the night.
1. Always follow the same routine
A dog that has established times for meals, walks and games for him surely also knows when it’s time for him to sleep. He will have a fixed bedtime and won’t wake up in the middle of the night looking for your company. The average sleep time for an adult dog is between 12 and 14 hours. If he spends the day with other activities, he will use the night to recover his strength.
2. Make him exercise
Your puppy will surely sleep much better if he has tired during the day. Even if your puppy can’t go for a walk yet because he doesn’t have all the vaccinations, it’s very important that you provide him with both mental and physical stimulation indoors and, if you’re lucky enough to have one, to run around the yard or garden.
3. Measure your dog’s food well
If your dog eats too much, he will have heavy digestion that will prevent him from resting. And if you can prevent him from going to sleep right after eating, all the better.
4. Respect their urinary needs
Take your puppy out to pee before going to sleep. Due to their development, puppies cannot normally handle their needs for more than a few hours. If he gets a chance to do his little things right before he goes to sleep, you can rest longer before he has to go again.
5. A calm home
A quiet environment is necessary for the relaxation of our pet before going to bed. In general, we all like to come home and breathe peace.
Just like with babies, when a dog is young and learning to sleep at night, he will surely wake up early full of energy. Getting up early to take him out to pee and give him some attention is a normal part of doggy parenting.
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