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My miniature Australian Shepherd is about 14 months old and I'm loving life with her. She's completely potty trained and I don't remember the last time that she had an accident inside (beyond occasionally excited peeing when she sees my brothers).
She currently goes about five hours until she's let out and then another four hours or so until I get home from work — also she goes from 8pm-7am without whining at the door (and isn't usually in a rush to get outside when we wake up). She does daycare once a week and we go to the dog park every day for 1-2 hours if she's not in daycare, so exercise isn't an issue. All-in-all, I would like to work up to about 9-10 hours at a time.
My problem is that I don't want to give her a UTI from holding it too long/have her start eliminating in the house without me knowing about it (we have pretty thick carpet so it would be hard to notice if she did). She currently has free roam of the living room and kitchen while I'm at work.
Any tips? Is this unreasonable to ask of her?
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