Dog Peeing in the House When Husband Leaves the Room

My 3 year old Malamute has started peeing in the house. We have lived in this house for over a year, our schedules have not changed, and there has not been a change in jobs or family members. But the last 2 weeks when my husband goes into another room and our dog feels that he can not get to him right away, he immediately goes to the kitchen to pee. He has full access to a doggie door at all times. Any suggestions?

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May 11, 20110 found this helpful

This is just an idea, but maybe your husband could take the dog with him a few times, so the dog understands he's not really leaving him. Sounds like separation anxiety to me.

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