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An adorable husky imitates
Have you seen this extremely adorable viral YouTube video? This silly pup is melting hearts everywhere.
In the video, the husky is standing alongside a toddler. The husky suddenly starts mimicking the
What makes this video so funny and heartwarming is how gently and playfully the pet interacts with the tiny human. He seems genuinely interested in communicating with and entertaining this mini-person.
If this doesn't make you smile, nothing will. Watch this joyful exchange between species and try not to melt into a puddle of cuteness overload. This husky deserves all the treats for being the best furry friend every person could ask for!
Seeing this husky is absolutely adorable, but it also shows that you need to train your dog to act appropriately around little ones. Any fur parent worth their dog shirt would conduct great efforts to provide their pup some social enrichment.
Start training your pet early to get them used to others. Expose them to children in a controlled setting, with positive reinforcement and treats to help them associate people with good behavior.
Teach your pet the "gentle" command. This tells them to be extra careful and calm. Practice this command around kids and reward your furry friend when they obey.
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Give your pet plenty of exercise and play. A well-exercised pal is a good pet. Burning off energy will make them calmer and less likely to become overly excited around children.
Need more of your dog video fix? Here's a video of a Bulldog who loves riding his rocking horse!
While dogs can't literally talk to
These dogs are known for being quite vocal. They were originally bred as sled dogs, so they developed a loud bark to communicate over long distances. Their loudness and range of sounds are a way for them to communicate with those they care about.
This breed has a thick double coat meant for cold climates, so they can overheat in warm weather. However, with proper care and precautions, they can do fine in warmer temperatures. Check out some of our summer tips in this article.