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I have just taken in a foster cocker spaniel and she spent the night howling and all day pacing and squeaking unless she is being fussed. Do you think she will settle??? or is this just part of her temperament? I spent half the night on the sofa ( while she was in her crate) just to stop the howling. Any advice welcome.... oh she is 6 years old.
 

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give her a chance if early days can take then up to a month for them to settle in. Cockers are very much people dogs and some suffer from separation issues. If your bedroom is big enough could you put her crate in there to start at night, and after 2 weeks or so grad move it to the hall and then down stairs till shes at where you want her to be.can take a few weeks. dont fuss her at night or so will think she will get attention . if she needs to go out let her out dont pay any attention to her and put her straight back to bed. sorry cant help more.
 
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