Hi there! So me and my husband own a farm in Michigan and one of our animals is Penelope our 2 year old potbelly. We just rescued a piglet, paco who is 4 months old. Both live in the house. We introducted Penelope to Paco and she foamed at the mouth, chopped her lips and ran after the piglet. After doing some research I learned that is normal and she has to fight him to show dominance and establish the ranking order. Totally understandable. The issue we've been having is that Penelope, who was totally house trained, is now being defiant and pooping purposely in her room. We let her out, she comes in and poops, totally on purpose. She knows not too and hasn't pooped in the house in over a year. I don't know what to do! We hope to keep the little Paco (I'm in love with him!) and hate to think about giving him back to the rescue but fear penelope wont warm up and will continue to ruin our house if not corrected. She was bell trained when we got her at a year old so we never had to train her and honesly I'm not quite sure how. We tell her no and put her outside but like I said she is doing it on purpose! Is it a territorial thing? Is there still hope?