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My sweet rescue has never once had an accident in the house. She sleeps well all night, and isn't crazy in the morning while I put on shoes to take her out. She does her business in several different areas where we walk, and is good about going both on and off leash. I'm home a lot now, but I make sure to have separate time from her during the day so that the transition back to working at the office won't be so jarring. She has never had an accident in her crate when we are apart or when I am not home. But if I am on the couch or with her, she barks and looks at the door almost every hour. And when I take her, she goes.
Is it unreasonable to want to find a way for her to hold it a bit more during the day? I am, of course, happy to take her out when she needs it, but I don't know that she needs it quite this much? I hope I don't sound uncaring. I love her to pieces, and we are diligently working on several different small behavioral issues. I'm so grateful she is house broken, but it would be nice to not have to go outside every hour.
Has anyone dealt with this, or have any thoughts on how to help her have more bladder control during the day?
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