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My 13 week old puppy is on a 2 hour nap/1 hour play schedule. As I type this, it’s been an hour and he has not settled for his nap. Generally, if anything, he whines for a few minutes. I have read where people walk back in as soon as they’re silent to let them know you won’t leave them, but I don’t want to walk back out and keep agging him on. I have completely ignored all whines and I never look at him, I never make hello/goodbye a big deal, he plays crate games and gets kongs/bully sticks, etc. Does it welp to go back in there and let him out when he’s quiet? I won’t be able to do this every time. I want to be able to have my alone time. What do I do? Walk back in there? Help.
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