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Gem
3rd September 2007, 10:27 PM
Well after going for weeks and weeks with little or no sleep due to our determined little monster wanting to be in our bed we have finally found the answer. Snuggle Puppy!
It arrived 2 weeks ago, and every night Chloe has curled up in her own bed with its heart beat on and slept right through. The past few mornings I have even had to wake her up.
Would definatley recommend them to anyone having the same problems:D

coconut
3rd September 2007, 10:28 PM
yeah i had them for both of mine and i thought they were the best thing ever given me a bit of sleep!

brid kenny
3rd September 2007, 10:39 PM
That's fantastic.:rah: :rah:

nursejess80
4th September 2007, 05:21 AM
Ruby has had her Snuggle Puppy since she had only been here for a few weeks. She's now almost 9 months old, and she still loves him. I wish we had gotten it before we got her so she would have transitioned better, but it still definitely helped her.

fun1uk
4th September 2007, 08:18 AM
Were do i buy these from,picked up my mollie yesterday and with lots of loud crying ive spent the last 6 hrs sleeping on the floor as the only way she would settle was if she was touching me x

Gem
4th September 2007, 09:42 AM
we got ours from ebay. Some people recommend getting a childs cuddly toy as they are quite expensive (£25.00) we paid but they have an actual heart beat (run on battery) which is what seems to work for Chloe as she has several of cuddle toys but will only setltle at night with her snuggle pup.

dont worry too much though, the first night is always the hardest with a new puppy!

Scouty girl
4th September 2007, 02:27 PM
Were do i buy these from,picked up my mollie yesterday and with lots of loud crying ive spent the last 6 hrs sleeping on the floor as the only way she would settle was if she was touching me x


Vicky, I had the same problem with Scout. The vet recommended that I put her crate right next to my bed (elevate it if you have to) and she went right to sleep after crying for two whole nights! They sure can cry loud and for a very, very long time can't they?

fun1uk
4th September 2007, 02:54 PM
They sure can,i just felt so guilty that i hadto come down to her,im going to try her again tonight as today she seems much better not following me as much but if its the same tonight im hitting the shops tomorrow lol