Well, Imagine this one.
Most people have to go to the bathroom when they get up, dogs aren't much different really. Now, as for the holding it part given her age it prob. won't happen. Most dogs don't fully develop bladder control until about 6 months, any sooner and I'd be surprised.
As for the remainder my day goes as follows ( and keep in mind I work night shift).
I get in, walk the dogs at 8:30 to 9 a.m.
They get their food and water in the cage while I shower. Then they are given the option to sleep with me or not.
If not then my brother will take them out at around 12 a.m. to 1 p.m., treats are given at this point.
When I get up at around 4:30 to 5 any dog(s) that may have slept with me go out, then ready for the day..usually this is their long walk time. And occasional treats for walking nice and ignoring distractions.
6 p.m. is feeding and following 30 min later is walking time.
7 p.m is wind down time and some play time.
10 - 11 p.m. is last walk and typically bed time, unless its my day off then they are welcome to hang out with Dad until the early morning time, That's usually a walk at 4 a.m. as a quick potty break and my food run usually.
The process starts all over again.
Just as a fun side note, we don't always provide treats for the dogs, bones and such yes, but I try and keep treats a high value item, this allows it to be used for training.
Hope this helps.
Let me get this straight... We're talking about poo, right? My almost 6 month old corgi Ein poos the second I get her outside in the morning, and our schedule varies. Sometimes that's at 8am, but usually it's between 8:30am and 9:30am. It's always the same though, I set her down outside and immediately see the hump back. She also goes again after breakfast which is just a few minutes later. She poos a lot in the morning. I never thought to ask if that was considered normal, cause I've had her since she was 6.5 weeks old and this is normal for her. I think that's just normal for Munchkin. You gotta go when you gotta go. She can't really help that. When is her last meal in the evening? Does she go poo after that meal? Does she have enough time to go poo after that meal before being put to bed? You might consider feeding her earlier in the evening if she doesn't go after dinner. Just a thought. I don't think there is anything wrong her schedule now though, unless she's having accidents in the house before you get home to let her out.
Sophie is now 2-1/2 years old. My day begins at 4:10 a.m. with coffee and wakeup time for me (watching news or on FB). I turn off my computer and the chime gets Sophie stirring. 5:00 a.m. we go downstairs and I take her outside to poddy. (I do not have a fenced yard, live in a townhouse, so i take her out on a leash. I wait for her to do her business then we go in and I fix her breakfast. She eats, I make my lunch. We go upstairs where I shower and dress and we head out the door at 5:45 a.m. to catch the 6:00 a.m. ferry. Around 9:30 a.m. at work we go out for our first walk and poddy break. and the day goes on like that.
On our days off I sleep in until 6:00 usually and everything gets started a little later. I still take her out as soon as she gets up, then I feed her. Then we laze around a bit, then I take her for a walk.