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DestineeElease
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PostSubject: Aggressive Behavior   Fri Oct 12, 2018 6:36 pm

My roommate has a 1 and a half year old husky. We’ve been having a lot of trouble with her behavior lately. She’s only aggressive towards us and when no one else is home and we can’t figure out why? We have tried to figure out what triggers her and can’t seem to put a finger on it. For example, it will be a normal day and we’ll be watching tv, Luna (the husky) will out of nowhere start growling, barking, nipping, and even sometimes will hit with her paws. We she is told to stop or “no” she will simply grow or “talk” even louder! We have tried EVERYTHING! We tried ignoring the behavior and when doing so she resorts to pooping in front of us, this has happened on multiple occasions! ANY suggestions are welcome, we are at a wits end! Thanks!
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PostSubject: Re: Aggressive Behavior   Fri Oct 12, 2018 6:58 pm

This is not aggression... I'm sitting here trying not to laugh.  This is a bored Husky's invitation to play.  In our house, when my 6 year old husky starts doing this, we say "time for Archer to visit"  Archer being my adult son's husky.

You can teach your dog "place" command  https://thegooddog.net/training-videos/free-how-to-training-videos/learn-to-train-the-good-dog-way-place-command-the-good-dog-training-tips/

Or, doggy daycare.

Or, just before you sit down for the  evening, take doggie  a good 3-5 mile brisk walk.  A doggie back  pack with a couple of 16 oz water bottles can also help fatigue  pup.  But, start slowly with low weight and work up.  No more than 20% of dogs weight in pack.

Also.. If she's pooping in front of you, may be trying to tell you..."hey guys, I need to go out, I'm about poop my pants!!!"
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