Dog Tried to Poop in Owner's Bed

I have a 6 month old Siberian Husky and today she tried to poop on my bed/me. To start let me say that she had been let out this morning. She went out and went poop and did her usual thing. I was laying in bed with her trying to get motivation to get ready for work while the dog was looking out the window. My dog is pretty well potty trained and will at least start crying if she wants to go out and will often go by the doors to indicate that she wants to leave.


This morning she was making some weird sounds while looking out the window so I got up, took her out and then we went back to lay in bed. While we were laying there she tried to get off the bed, I watched her and then put her back up on the bed when I realized she was trying to chew on my shoes. After that we laid back down and she did her squat poop position on my bed, right by were my head was. She is also crate trained by the way and isn't allowed on the bed unless I am on it with her. This is not the first time that she has poop somewhere that clearly belongs to me (she tired to do this same thing in my lap in the car once).

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May 5, 20160 found this helpful

Your Husky is claiming you as her person. She saw or smelled another dog that seemed worrisome for some reason.


Huskies are sled dogs and bred to work. They become neurotic and stressed if not exercised enough and also are prone to becoming overweight because they are from very cold places where body fat must be conserved.
To rid your dog of excess stress, walk her every day for at least an hour. This is not too much for a Husky and may be too little. Hire a dog walker if you need to. Huskies are working dogs so get a doggie backpack and put your water in it.
This also helps your dog see and smell her territory and other dogs in it. The more familiar she is with her territory the more confident she will become.

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