Video: the husky that 'talks' to his owner
Thursday 16 January 2014
It turns out that animals really can talk to humans - or at least dogs can. One husky has been captured on camera saying "no" to kennel time.
In a video uploaded to YouTube, the 11-month-old husky named Blaze refuses to go to his kennel each time his owner asks him to move.
Just like a child refusing to go to bed, Blaze can be heard saying "no" and whining when he is told to go. He looks away from his master and puts his head on the ground.
Luckily for Blaze it was all in good fun, as user John Ventresco explains in a comment under the video: "He (Blaze) didn't actually need to go in his kennel this time... was just teasing him =)"
Other people commenting on the video have said that Blaze is not the only talking husky. A user called juliefit says: "So cute! Our Cairn does something similar, although not so distinctly close to no."
The video was uploaded to YouTube on 5 January and has since gone viral, amassing over 2 million views.
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