I am having a problem with my 1 year old Beagle Roxy. (we have only had her a few weeks)She is a well behaved dog and is housetrained. We do have an issue with jumping and mounting myself, my kids but not my husband. We are working with a trainer on this.
I do have a couple of questions about housetraining. My husband usually feeds her and takes her out but he is out of town this week. She does this when he is here too but she poops and pees in the house when she gets mad at us. Normally she goes outside fine. This week I was changing my son's diaper it was a really bad one and she likes to get into the diaper so I shut the door. It was for 30 seconds, she went downstairs and pooped in our dining room. I found it the next morning but I didn't scold her or anything. That morning I put her outside and and waited to see if she would go for me. She refused so I put her in her kennel when I took my daughter to school. When we got home I took her outside she still wouldn't go. I had to unload some groceries and I didn't want my 2 year old outside so I shut the sliding glass door. She pooped all over the patio (she has done this many times if put outside and the door is shut) Although we have left her in the house free to roam several times and never come home to an incident. I cleaned up the mess and did what the trainer told us to do - put her food dishes where she poops. I let her back in the house and left the door open so she could come in and out, I thought well she had already gone so I won't have to worry about it now. Even though she had been outside and had free access to outside she went up to the top of the stairs and peed. I didn't scold her because I didn't catch her in the act. I just made sure she could get out and that evening when I put her dinner out I waited and waited for her to go poop and pee. We played and played outside with the kids, and when it was time to go in for baths she didn't want to come in so I shut the door, gave the kids a bath and came down to a suprise on the porch right by her food dishes. I thought well I better keep her in her kennel tonight so that I don't get any surprises in the house. I put her in the kennel put the kids to bed and then offered to take her back outside, she wouldn't go. This morning at 6:30 we got up and I took her outside to the back yard, I fed her. At 7am she still had not gone pee or poop so I put her back in her kennel so I could get the kids and myself dressed. (I have to keep her in the kennel when we are getting dressed because she has jumped up and scratched my son by accident a few time and knocked him down. So since I can't supervise I just put her in her kennel, I thought this would be better than putting her in the backyard with the door shut. I take her out again at 8 before I take my daughter to school, still nothing, so I kennel her. Today when I got home and she was crying in her kennel which is unusual and I go up there and she peed all over in her kennel. It was a lot so I am sure she just couldn't hold it. I put her outside so I could clean up her kennel but my son was sick today and I didn't want him going outside so I had to shut her outside until I could clean out her kennel. I caught her in the act of pooping on the stoop again. This time she had knocked her food dish off the stoop. The dog trainer said to spray her with water, so I did, it did nothing. I cleaned up the mess but left her outside for awhile and she pooped again and again. I know she is doing this out of anger but I don't know what to do. My husband who is out of time has a little more time to spend outside with her in the morning and makes sure he takes her out at night before he goes to bed. I know she is out of her routine, I am trying to be understanding but is this just aggressive pooping behavior?
Any advise would be helpful. I do have treats for when she goes poop and pee when we are outside watching but so far no such luck in getting the treats. We are working with a trainer but I tried his suggestions with no luck. Also this is my first ever dog.