Husky Throws A Temper Tantrum When He Finds Out It’s Time To Leave The Park

This husky has no interest in leaving the park or his friends. He throws a tantrum that any two-year-old would be proud of, but his owners claim this is standard behavior when they visit the dog park.

Huskies are a unique breed and, in the wild, howling is their primary form of pack communication. Unlike a lot of other breeds, huskies tend to be more migratory instead of territorial.

They roam over a much larger area and need their howl to stay in contact. Huskies also modulate the pitch of their howls to indicate pack status or confuse predators. With domesticated huskies, a howl is usually an indication of a desire to play.

They are very athletic animals and require a lot of activity everyday to fend off boredom.

Credits: Josh Gottsegen, Wimp

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