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By sotired / Tuesday 5 March 2013 19:58 / Australia - Mona Vale
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  TeamKelly  |  10

I think most young puppies, and just puppies in general cry and whine constantly when they are left alone. They probably lack a sense of security since they're not with their mother, assuming they aren't of course.

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  natsaysheyyy  |  16

Sounds like both you and OP's neighbor needs to train their dogs better. My dog USED to have that as a young puppy, but because I did lots of training with him, he stopped being a little whiny baby. It's not cute when that a dog acts like he can't live without you, it's a bother to everyone and it's a serious behavioral issue. It IS actually a problem, I hope you both realize.

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  SillyGirl4602  |  23

It says nothing about op's dog having separation anxiety. The fml is about the neighbor's dog. Why does op need to learn how to train their dog? Assuming they even have a dog.

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  natsaysheyyy  |  16

I said OP's NEIGHBOR needs to train their dog... It also says his neighbors dog "has developed separation anxiety." OP is just in the crossfire of a bad dog owner's poor decisions.

By  EllyMo  |  15

My pup done that, so we got another one to keep her company, maybe you could shove a toy through the letter box to occupy it and maybe the neighbour will get the hint too

By  brittyboo123  |  35

My dog does that too, whenever my aunt leaves. It's really annoying but what are you going to do? She always holds and treats the dog like a baby.. so if your neighbor does that, I wish you luck OP.

By  oj101  |  33

My neighbors puppy used to have that, but it receded within two weeks after he was taken to obedience classes. Ask your neighbor to do the same :)

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  siickman  |  7

In this situation i dont think the neighbor with the dog should pay to let his/her neighbor sleep. I think it should just be OP taking care of a neighbors dog so OP could sleep lol. I would be willing to do some taking care of a puppy at nights just for sleep in return.

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