The mischievous, and yet loyal, Siberian Husky. Definitely one of the more popular breeds for homeowners. With a lifespan of 12-14 years, they are very outgoing and playful. So if you’re not exactly the outgoing energetic type, this is not the dog for you. Just search around the internet and you’ll see many amusing antics from the Husky.
This talking puppy is one. Ramsey is a chatterbox.
He’s all grown up now based n his Instagram photos, but it doesn’t look like those puppy moments have stopped. He was such a cute pup though. Look at those big bright eyes just full of curiosity and wonder. He’s a fluffy boy too!
Not sure what he was trying to say but it’s up to you to interpret those puppy babbling sounds he was making. Might be his displeasure at the house or just simply because he was hungry. We’ll never know. Ramsey was vocal about his issues though.
Siberian Huskies are born pack dogs.
Since they are used to socializing, they are great with families. Which means they don’t make good guard dogs. In the case of Ramsey here, he’d probably have a nice long chat with the thief.
They are very energetic. Make sure to have a solid enclosure if you plan on getting one. There are known cases of Huskies escaping their homes just to have a nice little stroll around the neighborhood. Okay they run around and stuff but you get the idea.
They are beautiful looking dogs. They are keen, amiable, and confident. Looking like wolves with that air of independence, they are playful and challenging for first time owners.
Ramsey is exactly as how most experts describe his breed.
Handsome, mischievous, and still having his chatty attitude, he doesn’t go easy when he wants to say something. He will give a piece of his mind.
So you had better be a coffee person if you want a Siberian Husky. They will demand a lot of your energy. Disappearing acts and frantic neighbors? Count on it. Hey, if you want to lose weight and run, get one.
Ramsey’s owner can’t help herself, laughing at every word he utters. What do you want? What’s going on? You gotta’ learn English, buddy!
Perhaps he was conversing with the other dog. Talking about the owners and living arrangements? You just never know with these mutts. There will be a lot of cuddles, food, and play time, that’s for sure. All that energy, really.
Huskies may be a tad bit difficult to train but they are remarkably smart, and they will learn. In time.
Ramsey’s owners must be very patient and energetic humans. Good for him. Intelligent but independent, they have unique temperaments and rarely do they demand so much attention. They don’t care much in terms of pleasing their owners.
Wonder how many times Ramsey has managed to escape. They say that the “H” in Husky means “Houdini” as they love their disappearing acts. But then you’d probably hear Ramsey from a mile away chatting it up with someone. Keep it down, big boy. Whatever it is you have to say, we’re all ears.
Can you decipher Ramsey’s code? Well go on and click on the video below!
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