A common reason for a dog’s cries could simply be a plea for the loo. This need to relieve themselves rings particularly true for house-trained dogs as they know to go outside to do their business.
They’re Still a Puppy
If your dog is whining, particularly through the night for no reason, it could simply be because your puppy is still a puppy!
Injury or Medical Condition
If your doggy suddenly starts to whine for no reason, you should begin by ruling out pain or physical distress.
Anxiety and Mental State
It is not uncommon for your pooch to experience anxiety and stress. Anxious whining can be accompanied by nervous pacing or even chaotic jumping, circling, and howling.
Other Nervous Whining
Sometimes life happens and you need to turn to dog-sitting scenarios for your dog babies, leave the house or put them in the car for a long trip. This may lead to increased whining.