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Housebroken dog acting no longer housebroken

I previously had to give up a dog (bassett hound) because I was unable to give her the time she needed to housebreak. As a result of my lack of time my carpets are now overloaded with her scent. After we gave her up my other previously housebroken dog (jack/beagle mix) has started peeing and pooping everywhere (my coffee table!?) Is this a result of the other dog being gone and her scent still being everywhere (we are changing the carpets soon)? Or is she just sad? Will I have to retrain her or will she go back to being housebroken? Thanks ahead of time for any help.


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