I work from home office. This is not due to the current pandemic, I have always worked from home.
In mid-February my wife and I got a dog, a female shiba inu puppy. As of now she is almost five months hold and has a lot of energy.
We play with her often, we walk her for 20 minutes once or twice a day on a nearby park (right across the street, and we are taking all precautions against COVID-19 spread). On somedays she will stay quiet and sleep for up to 14h, as a puppy should.
But on some days, despite the walking and whatnot, she wants to play non-stop. So either my wife or I get constantly interrupted by our puppy, who just won't leave us alone. She has toys to play with, but it's attention she wants, and she will cry, destroy things and find new ways to freak us out until either one of us drops what we are doing and interact with her.
Is there some kind of training we can do to let our dog know that we are always there for her, but that we need time for ourselves (to work, eat, go to the restroom etc.)?