Hello, my wife and I just brought home a 10 week black lab puppy on Saturday 8/18. While we've both grown up with labs, this is the first puppy we will be raising together, so some things are a little new to us. Initial housebreaking had been going well, we can tell when Beau needs to use the potty, and we take him outside. In the past week or so that we've had him, he's only had 1 poop accident on the carpet. His normal #2 schedule is first thing in the morning, 15-20 mins after breakfast, around 2pm, 15-20 minutes after dinner, and then again right before bed. We have been really proud of him, and have gone almost 3 days without any type of accident. However, yesterday was the first day that my wife worked from home, and we didn't need to crate him at all through the day. She would take him outside very consistently, but would not potty. As soon as she brought him inside, he would pee on the carpet - this happened 3 times throughout the day. Then after I got home from work, he had dinner and we went outside and pottied. But then later that night he had a #2 accident on the carpet, and then another one this morning. Even though we take him outside every 10-15 minutes after a meal, he still messes inside. This seems like a huge setback considering how well he was doing. My wife is growing very frustrated because she is the one left to clean up most messes since I'm gone 5am - 6pm every day. We don't use any negative reinforcement when he potties inside, just a lot of praise when he goes outside. Looking forward to hear everyone's advice.