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1.5 Year Old Starting To Go In The House Again

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Our husky is now about 1.5 years old. She was fully house trained. We would leave her out in the house by herself all day and she would be fine for at least the last 8 months with no accidents. Now over the last week she has gone in the house every single day. The weather outside is nice and warm, no rain. I dont understand why she is regressing and not going outside anymore. What would change in her behaviour to make her start going inside again?

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Has she had a season yet? When my girl had her first season she started peeing inside again<br />Has anything in your home or routine changed at all that could have unsettled her?

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I agree with Nix both my girls started pottying again in the house around their first season..and echo started peeiing in house at age 2 when we introduced new dogs

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Hi, Terry

Welcome to Husky owners.

You'll get lots of advice here.

Don't forget to Post an intro about you and Zoey in the introductions section and include loads of pics too. :up:

 

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No, this is her second summer. We got her last January. 

 

She almost has completly stopped going outside. She goes outside and plays. then comes inside and pees. Or she just goes outside and lays in the grass. 

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Another thing to consider....They will often potty in the house if they get a bladder infection or UTI.  It can be their way of telling you something is wrong.

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