My husky is 2 years old. He's always been extremely stubborn and very reluctant when it comes to training. My husband and I have had him since he was 4 weeks old. House training him was no easy feat and I am not one to use kennels, so...My problem recently (and he is house trained now) is that we now have a 10 month old son and Loki (my husky) has shown extreme behavior issues towards my son. Loki has never shown a hint of aggression towards another person or animal....ever. Not even so much as a growl. He loves kids. He was raised around them, although they were never kids that lived with us. Nieces and nephews and such. Now that my son is here, if he gets anywhere close to Loki he starts growling. Not only that but now, all of a sudden, Loki finds the house to be his own personal toilet. And it's not all over the house. I can no longer keep my sons room opened because Loki will ruin the floors. So after I started closing the door Loki then just took that as a sign to use the bathroom in front of the door. I then put a gate up to keep him away from that area and then it just got worse. Some of my sons bigger toys are kept in the living room. You can only guess where Loki then decided to use the restroom. He's ruined my floors to the point that I'm now having to get the wood replaced in certain parts of the house and I have had to throw away multiple toys. I've tried the kennel training, but that only seems to make him more mad. Walks, personal time, treats, new toys, training books on disciplining. Nothing is working and the more I try to correct the behavior the more off put Loki gets. I am at my wits end. I don't know what to do. Also, Loki has never attempted to bite my son nor are they ever left alone together. With that being said I would like to keep it that way. I need help in also getting Loki to accept my son and me being comfortable with the two of them being close together.