I have looked everywhere on this forum and can't seem to find something to help my situation. Here's the thing: I have a 7 month old Husky. He gets plenty of attention, excercise, and I housebroke him just like any other dog. Since I got him around 3 months old, he has yet to pee/poop inside the house... with an exception. He still goes in his crate. Not often mind you, but enough to really annoy me. He'll go a whole month with no problems, then (like this morning), I'll return to poop all over him and the cage, despite having let him out before I left and only having been gone for maybe 20 minutes. He'll chill inside with us for hours during the day, and simply place a paw on us or whine to go outside. He NEVER goes in the house though, just his kennel, which is his size and everything. It's not that he even tries to avoid it. He just goes and gets it everywhere. I had a dog who, if they did go in the kennel on one of those random emergency days, they went in the corner and avoided it. Yet my dog will do it and get it everywhere. Any insight into why hes doing this or how to make him stop will be gladly appreciated.