When will a puppy sleep through the night
If you’ve ever watched a puppy in action, they play hard and sleep hard! What is especially funny is how quickly they can transition from one to another. Puppies are like children, they require a lot of rest. And, just like children, if they don’t get their appropriate rest, they get overly tired and harder to control. Puppies require 12-14 hours of sleep a day or more and some of that sleeping will be done during the day. It is best to set up a schedule for sleep in a quiet room, in their crate (see crate training section). When your puppy starts getting tired or begins to drift off to sleep, wake him and take him to his crate for a nap.
How to get a puppy to sleep all night?
Make sure your puppy’s sleep schedule includes waking your puppy up about two to three hours before your bedtime or your puppy will be keeping you up with his restlessness and wanting to play. As your puppy gets older, he will not need as much sleep but, depending on the activity level of the house and his temperament, you may still find him sleeping a lot. That’s part of being a dog, what a wonderful life it is!