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Join date : 2018-09-04

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PostSubject: Bedtime Tips   Bedtime Tips EmptyTue Sep 04, 2018 3:18 am

So we just got a 2 year old husky today from someone who was rehoming her. I was wondering if people had tips about how to set up a bedtime routine to get her to calm down and be ready for bed. Originally we had her in the bedroom tonight but she would not stop mouthing at our arms to try and get us to play. We had to close her out of the room as she wasn't listening at all. As far as I can tell, shes settled down, I can't hear her anyway. I realize she'll get used to a new place and routine but tips for bedtime would be great! Thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: Bedtime Tips   Bedtime Tips EmptyTue Sep 04, 2018 10:48 am

I like to make mine go out for one last jaunt of exercise and chance to pee. Then they get their hip treats and go lay down. Always good to get a litte energy out but we don't play. Start teaching lay down or place on her designated sleep spot. In time she will get it as long as you don't engage her want to play. Crating may help if she becomes an irritation doing her own thing if she doesn't want to sleep.

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