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Housebroken, Adopted Australian Shepherd Peeing In House
Sofie is 5. I adopted her about 3 months ago. She is the sweetest dog. Very loving and well behaved except for one issue. Sofie is housebroken but since the day I brought her home, whenever I call her, or try to move her from off the furniture, she cowers and pees. If she comes to me for attention, she's fine. I can't figure out a way to fix this.
At this point she is restricted to the backyard because she's peeing all over the house. She love's to get on furniture which is fine until we want to go for a walk or something because she'll pee right where she's laying. I think she is in a constant state of fear or anxiety. Has anyone ever had this problem with an Aussie before?
At first I thought is was Sofie adjusting to her new home but I think we are beyond that now.