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We adopted a 1.5 year old GSP a bit over a month ago and he was already crate trained from his foster. We use the crate regularly and he has no problem staying in there quietly, even if we are home. However, in the mornings he loses it when I go to let him out. It starts when he hears me start moving from the bedroom (farthest point in the house from his crate but sound really carries) and continues building as I get my shoes and go to let him out.
He does run outside to go to the bathroom very quickly, so we have tried limiting water just before bedtime. Also, it doesn’t seem to make a difference on when I do it (can vary by up to two hours depending on my work schedule) and he doesn’t start with the noise until he hears me.
Any advice on how to address this? My wife is not an early riser so I’d like to be able to take him out quietly without waking her up early every morning.
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