Dog Peeing Inside

I have a 4 year old Husky. We live in Central America. We do not train our dogs to go pee and poo outside. We only bring them out for recreational purposes. I keep my dog on my terrace. It is a pretty big space. He runs and everything. He pees on the terrace as it's his floor.


I take him out running to the park 2 to 3 times a week, since I don't have a lot of time. I was recently traveling for months. I came back home and when I'm here, I let him be inside the house. But now he has been peeing inside the house many times. I try to correct him and tell him not to do it. I bring him upstairs and won't let him inside the house the rest of the day as punishment. The next day it is the same. What do I do? I think he is pissed cuz I haven't had the time to take him to the park as much as I used to. But yet again I do not have the time, so that won't be the solution. Help! Thanks.

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January 24, 20170 found this helpful

you should rule out, first and foremost, any UTI, kidney, bladder, or spinal issues. Sure, it may seem like he is 'punishing' you, but maybe he is actually in distress. A vet visit is the only way to know.


I believe a husky is the sort of dog that requires lots of exercise and stimulation. If you don't have time to be with him a lot, can you find someone else who can? He should probably to for a run/walk at least 5 times a week, and he most definltely should not be left alone for weeks at a time. I assume you had some sort of dog sitter who took him on walks often, cleaned up his terrace, gave food, etc, while you were gone. That's pretty basic for caring for an animal of this size/breed. If you are not able to do this much you will have a dog in distress and things could get very ugly

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