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I have a 6 month old Labradoodle female who barks to the point where I have no idea what she wants or needs. It's not constant, and definitely seems to happen more when she's bored, but it's so erratic that I can't tell if barking at the door is really because she has to go out, or just that she wants to run around and hope for a treat for coming back in. She will go out, do her business, run around, come inside, and then immediately sit at the door again and bark. If I let her out, she just runs around or gets into my plants. It's gotten to the point that I'll try to ignore the incessant barking, only to find she's had an accident in the house. What should I do?

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