Why does my dog constantly whine?

Answer

Dogs whine because of various reasons such as being lonely. It could also whine when hungry or in need of affection or attention. Monitoring a dog's whine is important since it enables the dog's owner to know when the dog is healthy and when its needs are being met.
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My partner's dog does exactly the same thing, he does it at mine when he wants to go home, and does it at my partner's if my partner pops out for a bit. I assume it's just homesickness
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She is only young, yes she should grow out of it once she has fully settled in with you, Dogs whine from anxiety, pain, excitement, submission and attention seeking, try to figure
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A puppy has yet to learn proper manners or general appropriate behavior. It also lacks the ability to know how to soothe itself when faced with stressful circumstances or situations
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Your dog is either lonely, excited to see or play with another dog, or scared.
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