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My 3 month old lab has normally been pretty quiet in his crate. Over the span of about three days, he’s started barking relentlessly if I’m home. My roommate says he normally stops almost as soon as I leave. I don’t let him out unless he’s quiet, and if I think he’s really gotta go to the bathroom I use a “quiet” command before I let him out.

He’s even starting to get in his crate without the “go crate” command when he sees me walk to it. He’s a bit of a nuisance barker, so he’s definitely just complaining I think. He’s just never done it to this extent before. Any ideas what’s going on with the sudden change?

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