we recently adopted a husky about two months ago, his name is sky. we keep him sectioned off to the living room/kitchen area and when no one is around to babysit him, we keep him in a crate. we've noticed that when he's left alone he can be quite mischievous, and a lot looks like its for attention (but he gets more than enough attention as it is) such as he'll enjoy pulling tupperware off the table to tear it apart, he'll take oven mitts off the counter but just leave them on the floor, and he'll just move stuff around it seems. when left to go upstairs, he gets quite excited and has been caught peeing on some stuff (hes just been neutered a couple days ago so we'll see if that helps). and downstairs in the computer room is the furniture from my recently deceased grandfather, which is quite expensive white furniture which my parents are very very sentimental about. i feel bad that sky is pent up in one little area but it seems like he is just so mischievous that he cant quite be trusted yet...at night he doesnt mind the crate but during the day, if you have to go somewhere, or have something to eat or something where he has to go in his crate, his sob stories can make a person cry lol...is there any ideas on this problem of his it seems, or is it just something that may take a bit more time? we havent left him alone for more than 10 minutes at a time in fear that he may divert his attention away from pulling stuff onto the floor to ripping the cotton out of the furniture.