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We have a 1.5 year old German Shepard Husky Mix. For the first 9ish months of his life, he lives at my bf’s parent’s auto shop with 4 other adult dogs. He then lived outside at our house for 5ish months before I could convince everyone to let him inside.
He is a pure angel inside. The only time he has ever had accidents in the house was during his first night inside and after he got fixed. He always lets us know, and I take him out regularly throughout the day.
During the day, I usually try to make sure he goes outside once every two hours give or take, mainly so he can get out some of his energy, but if I don’t make him go, he’ll only ask to go maybe every five hours. However, at night he literally asks to go outside every 2-4 hours.
He knows to come wake us up at night when he needs to go potty, which we did not teach him to do, he just started doing it on his own. The problem is though he’ll want to stay outside for 30+ minutes, and if you bring him in sooner than he’s ready for, he’ll just come wake us up again.
It’s getting to the point where both of us are nearly exhausted, and I have no idea what to do about it. I don’t want him to feel like he can’t wake us up at night to go if he needs to, but I know when we try to ignore him he ends up barking, which wakes up more people in the house. He’s a really good boy, but I just don’t know how we can get sleep at this point.
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