I have a Maremma who is only about 10 weeks old now. I brought him home at 8 weeks and after a week of keeping him in the barn with the chickens, he is now allowed out during the day but is kept in there during the night. He can still see his flock through the hardware cloth at all times but seems to have no interest in staying with them. As soon as he is let out of his area of the barn he wants in my house. He lays at my back porch staring into my sliding glass doors and then tests the (locked) doggy door as he witnessed the house dog using it once (he will test it all day long, about 15+ times). The only time he leaves the sliding glass door is when he's grabbing his blanket from the barn and dragging it over to the house to make himself a bed anywhere along the exterior of my house. The only time he has been in my house at all was for 5 minutes once when he was receiving a puppy shot. What should I do to encourage him to want to stay outside with the flock? What did I do wrong? Even the breeder kept him outside with his mother, siblings, chickens, and goats. Most resources seem to have the exact opposite issue of Maremma wanting to escape and run. I understand he's young and likely just scared right now, but I need to nip any issues in the bud before he becomes too large. He's already starting to scratch and chew at the sliding glass door out of desperation.