Your Husky is gorgeous with soft fluffy hair and multi-colored or beautiful bright blue eyes. He is easy to love--except maybe when he's pooping where he should not. Your Husky is difficult to train at times, but he is highly intelligent. He will connect, with good training, exactly where he needs to be pooping. When you train your Husky where to poop, he should know where to go, be able to communicate that to you, and eventually either go on his own or at least go to the door to let you know he needs to go outside. No one wants an incredibly beautiful dog who is equally as frustrating because he hasn't been trained properly where to go potty. Begin training your Husky now and rid yourself of this frustration.
Positive reward training is the best way to teach your dog exactly where he should be going. The trick to training any puppy or dog who has not been properly housebroken yet is consistency and positive behavior training. You should have an understanding of the approximate times of day your Husky needs to poop. Dogs typically need to go after their meals and upon waking. If your husky is a puppy, you should consider taking him outside to an appropriate potty place every few hours according to his age. He should be able to hold on to his needs for about an hour for every month of his age. To be successful at this frustrating housebreaking process, whether for a puppy or an older Husky, you need to ensure you are around during the times your dog will need to go outside. Pay attention to what gives your dog the urge to go whether it's meals, waking time, or after playtime. Setting your dog up for success and rewarding him for a great job will be the best way for him to connect his needs with your wants.
In order to properly house train and teach your Husky exactly where he should poop, you need to have lots of rewards readily available during the times you take your dog outside. Be sure someone is around during these times to get your Husky to an appropriate place to poop when it's time to go. And pay attention to his age, his needs, and his schedule.