Oh how well I know that feeling ! Having bred Basenjis for almost 40 years, I had to buy in a puppy this year. A house is simply not a home without a Basenji.
I have bonded very well with Mku, feed him, walk him, provide a lap for him to cuddle on in the evenings - have trained to in recall etc, but his yodels are for my son whenever he comes through the gate. Mku also yodels at the postman, the man who comes to mow the lawn, the newspaper delivery girl and the once a week gardener.
He yodelled at the emergency plumber who came to fix a leak and he yodelled at the man coming to repoint the chimneys and at the scaffolders when they came to take it all down. He vocalises to anyone and everyone who comes near the house.
But not to Mom.
Nevertheless I don't feel put out. I am just so pleased he is friendly and welcoming. (NB I hope he will discriminate if we have a burglary.) I yodel back to him each time he greets anyone and the other day got a greeting when I came down in the morning !
Don't despair ! He knows he is your dog and is just telling your husband he is happy to see him too. Yodel at him, and keep doing it. Once a puppy has left the nest, if he doesn't hear it, he can easily stop doing it.