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2020-07-06 4:30:26 PM  
Terrible training technique, but hey funny vid!
 
2020-07-06 5:55:07 PM  
Every video I see with huskys, they seem to like to "talk" a lot. Not just whines and barks and howls, but things like this video, all kinds of noises. They remind me of Tortoiseshell cats (I have one) with their "Tortie-tude" and love of "conversation" and "arguing". Mine always, and I mean ALWAYS, has to have the last "word".
 
2020-07-06 7:51:20 PM  

silvervial: Every video I see with huskys, they seem to like to "talk" a lot. Not just whines and barks and howls, but things like this video, all kinds of noises. They remind me of Tortoiseshell cats (I have one) with their "Tortie-tude" and love of "conversation" and "arguing". Mine always, and I mean ALWAYS, has to have the last "word".


My malamute vocalize a LOT. He knew "out" at the front door meant just that. And, if i asked if he had love, he would always go "roo-roo-roo". Animals are smart, and while he didn't speak English, he knew how to be understood.
 
2020-07-06 10:14:30 PM  
Our female pug yells at us for a treat whenever we go to the kitchen.. not barks at us.. she YELLS at us.
 
2020-07-06 10:16:14 PM  

bobug: silvervial: Every video I see with huskys, they seem to like to "talk" a lot. Not just whines and barks and howls, but things like this video, all kinds of noises. They remind me of Tortoiseshell cats (I have one) with their "Tortie-tude" and love of "conversation" and "arguing". Mine always, and I mean ALWAYS, has to have the last "word".

My malamute vocalize a LOT. He knew "out" at the front door meant just that. And, if i asked if he had love, he would always go "roo-roo-roo". Animals are smart, and while he didn't speak English, he knew how to be understood.


One of my poodle mixes uses "roo roo roo" to tell me that he really needs something.  Usually it's food; sometimes it's poop.  Strangely, if he has to pee, he'll either stand in front of the usual egress point, nose the doorknob, or whimper, but he will *never* roo for pee alone.

Like your tortie, my sphinx has a vast and distinct vocabulary of vocalizations.  We have had many arguments, but she, too, always seems to get the last word.

Here is where I should make a salient point to justify hijacking your post with my own experiences, but I don't think I have one (sorry!).    Sled did dogs in particular may be known for their 'speech,' but I think pet animals in general are fascinating in their ability to communicate.
 
2020-07-07 6:39:15 AM  
Yeah, dumbass training method.  I suspect when the video ends, he's going to shove the dog into the crate, whereupon the crate becomes a punishment, and the dog has no idea why he's being punished.

First: https://www.mspca.org/pet_reso​urces/de​aling-with-separation-anxiety-in-dogs/​ Use the crate as the safe space.

Second: https://www.humanesociety.org​/resource​s/crate-training-101
 
2020-07-07 12:43:07 PM  
Huskies definitely are vocal.  But crate training mine wasn't terribly difficult, just time consuming.  And now when it's time to go to the crate, this is what happens.

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