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Why does my Teacup Puppy or Dog bark when left alone?


 

Teacup puppies and dogs are social animals hence explaining why their ancestors, wolves, lived in communities we refer to as packs. Even after you have trained and conditioned your dog to feel confident when left alone, this should not be a period greater than 4-5 hours during the day.

The primary cause of barking when a Teacup Puppy or dog is left alone is boredom, loneliness or nervousness. Excessive barking can also be accompanied by chewing objects (not necessarily those things you want them to!) and house soiling. This is often referred to as separation anxiety.

Since we cannot be with our puppies 24 hours a day it is important we both condition them to be confident when left alone and be content to occupy themselves during these periods.

  • Gradually accustom your Teacup puppy to your leaving. Start by leaving your Teacup puppy confined in another room for short periods i.e. a few minutes. Do this at irregular intervals throughout the day. Over a number of weeks, start building up the periods you can leave them in the house alone. Your Teacup Puppy will soon realize that they are not being abandoned forever and that you will return.
  • Give them stuffed chew toys to keep the Teacup Puppy occupied. Be imaginative with these, there are many different ways and different treats these can be filled with.
  • Feed your puppy a small meal before you leave, this will make them more sleepy, but remember that many dogs need to relieve themselves shortly after a meal.
  • Don't make a fuss before leaving the house. Quietly settle your dog and leave.
  • Don't allow your Teacup puppy the run of your house while you are away.
  • Dogs can feel very insecure when left outside on their own and this should be avoided if separation problems exist. They should be left in a secure area, safe from hazards such as electrical cables and breakable items.
  • Ensure your Teacup Puppy gets plenty of exercise, thus allowing them to sleep while you are away.