Every dog has its personality and temperament. Huskies, though, are well-known for their bad attitudes. They are not afraid to express their displeasure verbally, mainly when they don’t get their way. These vibrant canines are also notorious for having frequent temper tantrums over anything that doesn’t make them pleased. And if you happen to own a husky or know someone who does, you’re familiar with the behaviors of the fickle husky.
And Brian, one particular husky, is not an exception. When it came to going to bed, Brian, a Siberian husky, would frequently argue with his owner. The attempt by Brian’s owner to force him into his “home” didn’t sit well with Brian, who preferred to sleep on the couch. Additionally, you can hear the husky saying “no” in the video each time his owner commands him to go to his home.
Brian was determined to make a strong argument to avoid going into his cage since he was not going to take orders from anyone. To be fair to Brian, however, a sofa seems to be a far cozier option than a dog crate. And Brian made a convincing case for staying on the couch rather than in his kennel.
He showed the husky chattiness for which the breed is famous. In particular when it comes to speaking back to their masters. And before he was strong in his “no” declarations, Brian, who was undoubtedly pushing his luck with his sass, looked cute on the couch and wagged his tail.
The husky didn’t say “no,” but he had a variety of minor whines and other vocal tics that gave the impression that he was speaking. More than anything, though, you could tell he was saying “no” because of how forceful his voice sounded.
Everyone who has ever owned a dog has probably wished that their pet could talk, but it seems that huskies are the closest breed to ever possessing a canine that can communicate. And the conversations are priceless, so it makes sense why there are so many videos online showing huskies having fits of rage.