Some dogs are more ‘talkative’ than others. And huskies are very near the top when it comes to talkative breeds. But this young husky, named K’eyush, or ‘Key’ for short, is in the running for the most talkative husky of all!
One of the basic responsibilities of a dog owner is to walk the dog. When Key’s mom asks, “Do you want to go for a walk?” He’s all too excited to go … until his mom tells him he can’t go outside ‘naked’ and must put his collar on.
Key may like to talk and argue, but he just walks off at the prospect of having to wear a collar. His mom has to follow him to even continue the conversation. But like most moms, Key’s mom is absolutely right! He can’t go out without his collar and lead for his own safety. After a short argument and a long conversation, Key is finally convinced that he must wear his collar.
All is well in the end. He tells his mom he’s had a great walk and even gets some crunchy treats out of the deal. Hopefully he learned his lesson about moms always being right!
Well, Skottke is an intelligent dog and it didn’t take long for her to discover a loophole in the system by way of a physical hole in the fence. And thus, was born a spymaster!
Skottke doesn’t always hit a home run. Sometimes her friends are simply not outside to play with her.
That may dampen her mood, because the highlight of her day is to play with her canine companions while spending time with her family. But luckily for her, her second favorite thing to do is to be outside in the yard with her family. And she gets to do that every day of the week!
“Small dog syndrome” is a common phenomenon amongst little canines. Basically, it means that tiny dogs mistakenly think they are more powerful than bigger foes or pack leaders. Most of the time, they aren’t. But… then there are little dogs like this Chihuahua. I have a feeling he can pack a punch.
Obviously, this little dog has a bone or two to pick with her giant acquaintance.
They met at The Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada. Lilly is a fearless Chihuahua warrior, to her size doesn’t matter. She is a lot like the ant from the story about an elephant and ant, small, full of confidence and arrogance. Vago, on the other hand, acts with grace and gentleness, so unexpected from such a large animal. These two will put a smile on your face.
Watch as the tiny Chihuahua attempts to play with a really gentle (and much bigger) Great Dane, not taking no for an answer. It’s like the Chihuahua is trying to tame a dragon. A very friendly dragon!
This is probably the most adorable little play fight ever, with the two dogs being from the complete opposite ends of the spectrum:
Also, you have to give props to the Great Dane owner for keeping his dogs paw swiping to a minimum. One accidental smack and I feel like that tiny Chihuahua would have got his bell rung pretty good.
These two will put a smile on your face. Enjoy and share this adorable video with your friends and family.