I have an 8 month old pomsky that I've had since 8 weeks of age. We still have a few house training issues with her, particularly around bath time, but for the most part she has no problem doing her business outside for me. However, my partner, who has lived with us for about 5 months now, cannot get her to go outside for him. He will take her out several times within the hour, wait with her for ages, but all she wants to do is play and eat grass. As soon as he lets her in, she pees or poops somewhere, and while he cleans that mess, she pees or poops elsewhere. She's even pooped in his backpack when his back was turned (which meant she had to climb into an armchair to specifically poop there). This isn't a problem that I've had with her, and it seems to only happen to him when I'm not around. I know she has separation anxiety when I'm not there, and I'm not sure if her thunder jacket actually helps at all. She's just really high strung (duh, she's a puppy and a pomsky at that), and it's really straining my boyfriend who already has a lot of other stressors in his life right now. Any ideas? I keep telling him that he needs to build a better relationship with her, but all of her accidents are just making him hate her.