How do i get my yorkie to sleep at night?

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Here are some tips for helping your puppy to settle in and sleep through the night.

  1. Help him get plenty of exercise during the day.
  2. Keep bedtime calm.
  3. 3. Make sure he has peed and pooped.
  4. 4. Make his crate comfortable.
  5. Give him something to chew on.
  6. Keep your puppy's crate close by.
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Here are some tips for helping your puppy to settle in and sleep through the night.

  1. Help him get plenty of exercise during the day.
  2. Keep bedtime calm.
  3. 3. Make sure he has peed and pooped.
  4. 4. Make his crate comfortable.
  5. Give him something to chew on.
  6. Keep your puppy's crate close by.
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Here are some tips for helping your puppy to settle in and sleep through the night.

  1. Help him get plenty of exercise during the day.
  2. Keep bedtime calm.
  3. 3. Make sure he has peed and pooped.
  4. 4. Make his crate comfortable.
  5. Give him something to chew on.
  6. Keep your puppy's crate close by.
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How Can You Help Your Puppy Get To Sleep?

  1. Help him get plenty of exercise during the day. One of my favorite sayings is, "A tired puppy is a good puppy!"
  2. Keep bedtime calm.
  3. 3. Make sure he has peed and pooped.
  4. 4. Make his crate comfortable.
  5. Give him something to chew on.
  6. Keep your puppy's crate close by.
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Adult Yorkies will be very active when awake and will sleep deeply when they allow their bodies to rest.

A healthy, active adult Yorkshire Terrier will sleep anywhere from 13 to 18 hours each day, and this includes naps.

By now, an older Yorkie should be sleeping through the night.

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Dogs often spend 50 percent of the day sleeping, 30 percent lying around awake, and just 20 percent being active.

Dogs also sleep less when they have more to do.

Working pups, like police or farm Dogs, sleep less than those that have little more to do than sit around a house all day.

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Dogs often spend 50 percent of the day sleeping, 30 percent lying around awake, and just 20 percent being active.

Dogs also sleep less when they have more to do.

Working pups, like police or farm Dogs, sleep less than those that have little more to do than sit around a house all day.

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Just like human babies, puppies rarely sleep through the night.

He may even need a potty break during the night at this young age.

In fact, he might not sleep through the night until he's about 16 weeks old.

But you should be establishing a good bedtime routine early.

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