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My 8-9 month old husky female pup pees whenever she is scared, excited, or thinks she’s in trouble. I’m at a loss as to what to do. We don’t scold her and try to just ignore and then clean it up afterwards.

We got her at 10 weeks old. She spent 2 weeks with a family that is more into yelling and punishing a dog. When we got her she crawled on her belly to me. –Kathleen

Dear Kathleen,

I have a Northern Breed as well so I understand. In cases where I have a puppy who seems to be lacking in their natural confidence or may have had that affected by humans I recommend using Bach Flower Essences. The essences are so powerful in assisting in rebalancing emotional issues that may not respond to training.

I would use: Larch- to instill more confidence, Mimulus to release known fears and Crab Apple to cleanse the old issue. You can find these at any health food store or online. Place half a dropper full of each in her water 2x a day for 13 days. I know it sounds too simple but I have seen the most dramatic changes in dogs using these essences.

Paws Up!


Alecia Evans is the inventor of The Walk In Sync™ Humane Dog Walking and Training System with her exclusive 5 Minute Manners Makeovers using the Walk In Sync™ Harness and Accu-Grip Leash, along with her Walk In Sync™ 3 Easy Steps to teach any human/dog duos to Walk In Sync in just minutes.

The former host of the award-winning GrassRoots Aspen TV Series, The Whole Animal-An Alternative Approach to Animal Care, Alecia takes a natural approach to dog training and health care. Her work has been featured on Fox and Friends, The Sandra Glosser Show, NY 1, and in Aspen Magazine,, The New York Daily News and Woof Report.

Paris Permenter
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