She is a english bulldog that is 9 1/2 months old. For the last 2 months she has been doing this and it is driving me nuts because it takes me over and hour to fall asleep no matter how tired I am once I get in bed. One reason she might be up is cause she ate her bed (stuffing and fabric) so I had to throw it away and didn't buy another one cause apple bitter (other sprays also) doesn't work with her since she likes it. I also found out she was peeing in the few inch area next to the bed instead of barking to be let out since the top of the bed stayed dry. She was almost fully housebroken before I got her a dog bed and only had the bed for a month. She would have an accident once in a while but would sleep all night (midnight-9am) without going in the crate or waking up before we got the bed. I've tried switching her feeding schedule around and take her out in the middle of the night but she still barks all night. Here is the best schedule that keeps her from barking the longest that I've been doing. I feed her around 10pm, take her outside and make sure she poops and pees before going into the crate. I put her in her crate (located in another room with door shut) around midnight or sometimes if we have young cousins staying over not till 3am. Then no matter what time she was put in her crate she gets barking 1-2 hours later. I get up and take her outside and she won't do anything and then take her back to her crate and jump back in bed. Then she will whine at different times for the next few hours and I try to ignore it. Finally I get up from not being able to fall back to sleep and take her back out and she may pee or poop the slightest bit and off back to the crate. When it comes around 5-7am she starts barking again so back outside and in the crate. I feed and water her around 8am and then put her back in her crate to try to get a little more sleep but she won't stop barking. During the time she is out of the crate she plays with her toy for 10 minutes and walks over and goes to sleep and if you try to get her up to do something she plays the wet noodle game when trying to play with her, take her outside, or take her for a walk cause she was up all night. We've tried not messing with her to see how long she would sleep and she will sleep from 9am-5pm be up for an hour to see my husband when he gets home, go back to sleep and stay there till it is ready for her to go to her crate for the night. I've been trying to keep her up during the day and making sure she gets her exercise to keep her from sleeping the whole day but it still doesn't help. I don't know why that when she was a few months younger she would sleep the whole night without any accidents or barking and now she is barking all night. A week ago she was also pooping in her crate and then barking cause she didn't want to be near it instead of just barking to be taken outside in the morning. It is stressful trying to get some sleep and get woke up just a few minutes after finally falling to sleep. I don't let her out when she barks and she knows that and when she hears movement she will stay quiet for 3-5 minutes and I've used the spray bottle on her by standing next to her crate with her in it and spray her whenever she makes any noises and have stood there till I had used up the whole half liter water bottle in a hour. I don't know what to do since she is not letting me get any sleep and with me getting up and down it is waking my husband up and he ends up taking naps during the day inbetween when he is working. I have tried not feeding her past 7pm and she would bark even more and be actually needing to poop and pee during the night. She doesn't have any bladder problems either. Forgot to add that we don't have room for her crate in our room and we are allergic to her so we try to clean the room after putting her in the crate to pick up the hair so we don't want her sleeping in our room at night since that is the only time we aren't usually around her other than maybe 2 hours during the day if we got some place and need to crate her.