The first step is to try to identify the cause of your puppy's crying and whining. Once you know the cause, you can start to address it.
If your puppy is crying and whining because they are feeling anxious or insecure, try to provide them with comfort.
Puppies who are separated from their owners may cry and whine because they are feeling anxious and insecure.
If a puppy is feeling pain, they may cry and whine to let you know.
If a puppy is uncomfortable, such as if they are too hot or too cold, they may cry and whine to get your help.
Puppies can be scared or stressed when they are in a new environment. They may cry and whine to try to get back to their familiar surroundings.
If your puppy is crying and whining more than usual, it could be a sign of a medical condition. Take your puppy to the vet to rule out any medical problems.