My Siberian Husky is a year old and refuses to listen to me, what do I do?
Just a few minutes ago, my dad was playing with our Husky on the bed, and without any warning, she squatted and urinated on the bed. She is house trained, and hasn't done this in months. She had urinated on the bed quite a few times before. We've punished her for it, and she was aware that what she was doing was wrong, yet she did it anyway, and on top of that, did it right in front of my dad. She has no bladder problems, she's trained, she knows what she's doing is wrong. It's not so much that she doesn't get it, but more so that she refuses to listen. I'm not a first time dog owner, and I'm quite skilled at training any dog that comes my way. I've never owned a Husky before, though I know their nature, and how stubborn they can be. She's the first dog I've ever owned that just does not listen. Any advice on how to train such a rebellious dog?
We've tried everything imaginably possible to make her listen, from time-outs, to being scolded, to staying outside for the night, etc. I'm running out of options here. Our last option is to get rid of her, and that's the last thing I'd want to do.