10 week old labradoodle pup travelled perfectly on a long first journey and slept soundly for the first night inside her crate. The breeder had done some crate training and told us she is very good in one the next night she began to whine and it escalated into barking. We left her for 20 minutes until it was a point where the neighbors on both sides would have been disturbed so I waited for a brief break and then approached and stroked her through the bars until she slept. The next night was very similar except I did not intervene and after a bit less than an hour she slept through to the morning. I’m aware whining for the first nights is normal but in the day if we show any sign of shutting the crate door she will cry even with us visibly there and talking. She’s fine left for a while in another room or with the crate open. We’ve got toys and Mum sented items in it and have been feeding treats and chews in it to make any interaction with it a good experience but nothing is helping the door shutting whining. We’ve also been wary not to give attention during whining and wait untill she is quite which isn’t often and it’s very difficult with neighbours. Any tips or methods we could try? Also we have been sleeping next to her so she’s not on her own. Update- we noticed she likes sleeping in areas with hard floor so simply removed the bedding from half the crate to see her reaction. She entered it constantly and slept through the night soundly.