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Hi! My 8 year old Jack Russell has recently started howling at night, all night. She has rarely had issues with being in her own room at night and has occasionally howled before, usually needing the toilet, or being scared if there were loud noises outside.
For the last couple of weeks, she’s started howling for hours on end at night and last night, it went on for hours. I slept through it, but my mum kept being woken up by her. We’ve tried bringing her outside for the toilet, but the only thing that calms her is us staying with her. I don’t want to reward the behaviour, so letting her up to spend the rest of the night in my bed is not what I want to do, but it’s going to end up being the solution, for the sake of our sleep and for the sake of our neighbours.
Given that she’s never been like this before, I don’t know how to deal with it and help her feel secure in her room again. Any advice on how to train this new behaviour out and to help her feel secure in her environment again??
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