My boyfriend's dog is a very human-submissive dog(she was adopted from a shelter, and we assume she has had previous abuse, either that or she was a stray). If she catches it in the air that you're mad, she will immediately crouch and pee. Even when I go to let the dogs out (I have them sit before they are let out) instead of sitting, she walks around the room nervously and pees and then BOLTS out the door when I open it. Honestly, she acts like a wild animal sometimes. Whenever she gets caught doing something bad (half the time it's BEFORE we even yell at her) she sprints in the other direction and pees. She particularly likes to run into our bedroom and pee on the bed. What's worse, is one time when I let the dogs out, and I had yelled at her for peeing (I know, it was a mistake on my end, but I kind of lost it because I'm getting really sick of cleaning up all the piss) and then she ran outside. But this time I couldn't get her to come back in. Instead she just ran back and forth along the back of the fenced in yard and would NOT let me come near her. She has done this a couple of times now, and the peeing in the house is getting worse. I know it's best to ignore it, but the problem is, is that she doesn't just pee randomly. She almost always pees when she knows we're upset with her about something. So THEN we have no way of correcting the bad behavior properly, because she just put us in a weird position by peeing. She's been spending more and more kennel time, which I know the kennel is supposed to be a 'good place.' And she honestly seems happier to be in there than to be anywhere else. So I KNOW this isn't correcting any problems. How should we discipline her in the future?