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Hey all! Our Paisley seems to be going through a sleep regression. She’s been crate-trained, and she always sleeps there at night.* Lately, she’s been waking up in the middle of the night whining and barking/talking more often than not. This used to mean that she needed to go out, urgently, so we’ve been getting up and taking her. I’m starting to wonder if she’s just experiencing anxiety or doesn’t want to be in her crate, and we’re just reinforcing the behavior by getting her every time. Anyone go through anything like this? We honestly haven’t both gotten a full night’s sleep in a few weeks now.
*we would absolutely love to have her sleep in the bed with us, but every time we let her up there for more than a few minutes, she starts digging at the sheets and biting them and pulling hard enough to tear holes. If anyone has any advice on that front, it would also be appreciated.
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