Re: [cavalierspaniel-48] Night Barking - Help!!!

From: Linda
Sent on: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 9:00 PM
Just a thought but sometimes my pups will wake me up to get a drink.  Maybe he wants something.

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On Mar 26, 2013, at 8:44 PM, katie sullivan <[address removed]> wrote:

When I had that problem- Romeo awakening at an ungodly hour- called his breeder...She said to put sheet/blanket over crate like some have mentioned here. Also how about a sound machine right by his crate? That helped me tremendously. Also, I'd move his crate into your bedroom, sheet on the crate & lights out for you at the same time.

By any chance , is he spending alot of time in his crate during day when you are out?

You say he only piddles a little when you take him out at night. You might want to get a urine specimen & have vet run a urinalysis.

He's trying to tell you something.

Plus you can always call your breeder for input.

Good luck.


On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 6:05 PM, Ooana wrote:

 I crate trained my Cavalier and she is going to be 10 in October.

I've had to crate her now and again and there were a few occasions where she would have a little tantrum.


I found that putting her crate in a place where she couldn't see me (opposite of what many here have said) and only giving her a stern "NO" and then leaving her be worked well.


Also, having water readily available to her in the crate is very important.


Ooana

On Mar 26, 2013, at 5:26 PM, Alison Beller wrote:

same here, never crate trained. best behavior & slept w/ me day 2
xo

Alison Frankel


-----Original Message-----
From: Monika Salazar < [address removed]>
To: cavalierspaniel-48 < [address removed]>
Sent: Tue, Mar 26,[masked]:27 pm
Subject: Re: [cavalierspaniel-48] Night Barking - Help!!!

I do need to say though that I never crate trained my 2 cavs they have slept with me from day two. I used the techniques below for my cattle dog and they worked well which may say something about the difference in breeds.
From: Monika Salazar < [address removed]>
Sent: Tuesday, March 26,[masked]:21 PM
Subject: Re: [cavalierspaniel-48] Night Barking - Help!!!

Ali is right:-) and you should put an article of our clothing like PJS or something soft like a sweatshirt so he can snuggle and know you are near and make sure it's really comfortable and cozy in the crate.    Additionally , covering the crate with a sheet, towel means it's bedtime. Hope this helps!  Monika




From: Alison Beller < [address removed]>
Sent: Tuesday, March 26,[masked]:50 PM
Subject: Re: [cavalierspaniel-48] Night Barking - Help!!!

I snuggle with Digby every night... Put the crate next to your bed and make sure it's cozy for him?
These dogs are regal and want 5 star emenities! lol
 xo : )

Alison Frankel


-----Original Message-----
From: Trish < [address removed]>
To: cavalierspaniel-48 < [address removed]>
Sent: Tue, Mar 26,[masked]:02 pm
Subject: Re: [cavalierspaniel-48] Night Barking - Help!!!

Well, that is probably what he wants.

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On Mar 26, 2013, at 1:55 PM, Daniel  < [address removed]> wrote:

Hello Group -

My 6 month old cavalier, Ryker, has hit some new phase and to be frank, it's driving me nuts. Since his very first day at home at 9 weeks old, he's always been so docile and happy to be in his cr

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