maybe there's a female in heat in the neighborhood?
It could be. I really don't know what that would entail. Before I got Dreizehn I had only ever been around one bitch in heat and that was at a boarding facility. At one of the shows he was in he was crated two crates away from a bitch in heat and he didn't seem to care at all. Also, he doesn't whine once he's outside nor does he try to leave the yard (which is surrounded only by a 4ft chain-link fence), wouldn't he be trying to get to wherever the bitch in heat was?maybe there's a female in heat in the neighborhood?
It ain't just the boys! I got a girl who is the whiniest, most incessant and demanding noise machine I have ever known... if she's quiet, she's asleep.Welcome to the world of whiny boys! If you find a "cure" let me know - ha ha!
Some young males who have ever been bred don't "know" what it is that's setting them off. They just know they're hankering for something....wouldn't he be trying to get to wherever the bitch in heat was?
Oh doG no! Not the doberteens D: !Could just be a case of delayed-onset DoberTeens.
It could be. I run my hands over him a lot and he never responds as if he's in pain. Perhaps I'll take him to the bet just in case. Better safe than sorry.MedowCat said:Any chance he's having some pain and is whining to let you know? A minor injury of some kind? Since it's new behavior it wouldn't hurt to check him over.
Wine. Yes!Patches Mom said:I think it is a phase they go though Buddy did it about that age maybe a gallon of Rescue Remedy for him and a gallon of wine for you ?
Must be a mark of a super cool DoberboyPrime is a Whinerman Pinscher as well. Suuuuch a baby!