I couldn't resist. He's so so adorable. Yes it's normal that he slips so much on that floor, but it's also unacceptable. A floor like that will make his hind legs "nei ba", or permanently face inwards. Oh yea, don't let him jump on his hind legs either because that will make his legs "wai ba" permanently face outwards. The puppy period is very important. Give him tons of exercise.(when I say tons, I mean tons) Don't let him run on that floor. Once he stops peeing and pooing everwhere, keep him on the carpet and such. Once he has his immunity shots, bring him out all the time. Also, people tend to overuse the word "NO" while training a pup. Only stand up, point sternly, raise your voice and say "NO" when you want to stop the pup from doing something. Remember, don't laugh or suddenly become really nice afterwards. (that includes anyone standing around) IMO, a little smack on the butt should also accompany the stern voice. Not one that would hurt, just one that would get the message across. (Huskys don't have many nerves on the butt/torso anyways) If the doggy peed on the floor, hold his head down so he can smell the pee then say NO sternly once. Then bring him to the desirable pee/poo place and then change your tone. That's one awesome pup Hope he has become your pride and joy. Edit: anymore questions? Ask me.