Why does my dog constantly whine?

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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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First of all some dogs are just more vocal than others! Secondly there are many things that he could be whining about: 1. He is in pain. I would eliminate this possibility with a
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1. Understand why your dog whines. Your dog will whine because he is scared, in pain or upset about something. A lot of dogs will whine when they are in the crate because they are
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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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Dogs whine for many reasons. They're hungry, thirsty, or lonesome. It's there way of telling you what they want.
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