This is a humorous video of an 11-months-old Husky who refuses to go to the kennel. His name is Blaze. I hope he wins the argument with his dad. It looks like dad is getting ready to leave, and needs Blaze to go to his kennel. Even when his dad coax him about how much he likes the kennel, Blaze repeatedly says what sounds like “no”.
Huskies are known to be more vocal than many breeds. Even though we side with the wishes of Blaze, it is still amusing to hear his opinion. According to Dog Time, many are mesmerized by the beauty of a Husky, and may bring one home before learning thoroughly what is involved in having a Husky. That’s why we can find these beautiful dogs in shelters.
What to know about Huskies
This is not a dog for the first time owner. Huskies have an independent mind. If they sense that you are wishy-washy, they may not mind you. They come from a working breed that has a pack leader. (Picture a team of Huskies working in the very cold North.) Your confidence can convey your role as that leader.
Usually the Husky is not a heavy shedder. However, a couple of times a year, for about 3 weeks, they shed heavily. This is especially true if you live in warm climates.
Huskies are known to be escape artists. They are very smart. They like to wander. Then they get lost. You need a very secure fence. It needs to be high. And it needs to be sunk down several inches into the soil because a Husky can dig under the fence. They like to dig. If you have a prized flower garden, you might create a designated area for your Husky to dig in.
When taking your Husky for a walk, put a leash on him because he can run away and chase after small animals. Huskies have so many wonderful qualities. If you aren’t completely sure if this is the right breed for you, talk to Husky owners, talk to rescue organizations, breeders. And if you have the opportunity, foster one first, and see if this is the right fit for your lifestyle. You can read more about the Huskies here.
If you enjoy this video, here is another one of a Husky learning to say I love you.
Article source: Dog Time