Well Jasper's almost 11 wks and sleeps through the night pretty often, but sometimes he will wake me up in the middle of the night to go out, which is to be expected. I go to bed around 11:30 and take him out around 5 or 6 when he doesn't wake me in the middle of the night. On a handful of occassions though, it seems he didn't realize he had to go until the very last second, and as soon as I wake up to his whimperings I find a freshly wet crate. I read somewhere that to help your puppy sleep through the night, you should take up his water a little before bedtime to help him to not wet in his crate. Has anyone done this to help train their pups? I don't want him to wet his crate, but this seems sort of cruel to me. I'll cut off his food at a certain time, but I hate to deny him of water. I can't decide if this is truly a good training tool or if I need to cater to his potty breaks at this age. Thanks in advance for any advice!