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So before we have had trouble getting our puppy to fall asleep. He would go on the couch, even after getting him off, chase us and bite us, could last for 30 minuts to an hour, and he would sometimes stay up for 3 to 5 hours before going to sleep. Lately, we have been keeping him on a long leash more often to stop him from going on the couch and biting/chasing us. We also end up ignoring him to help him fall asleep, usually works after 10 to 20 minutes. Is this enforced nap? and is it correctly done on our part?
It has been working, though he mostly does misbehave before going to sleep but now it doesnt last as long, but now im wondering about his quality of life and whether what we are doing is necessary or even just a short term fix for our sake, since he spends most of his time on the leash in the house. Also ignoring him so he can fall asleep doesn't sound right, but when we give him attention he sometimes stays up longer.
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