Article Lead Image

Husky puppy has one word for humans who would put him in a kennel

He’s made himself perfectly clear about this.


Miles Klee

Internet Culture

Dogs hate being put in their kennel crates—well, unless you’re talking about this dog. But by and large, it’s an indignity to be protested with every method of resistance at a canine’s disposal. Blaze, an 11-month-old Husky pup, fortunately has the gift of language with which to appeal such a decision, and he’s not afraid to overuse the single emphatic word in his vocabulary: “No.”

To get Blaze to give up his freedom (and the primo sunny carpet space he’s staked out for a nap) therefore requires a bit of cajoling from his humans, all of which is met with squirming and moans and utter non-cooperation. It’s like a congressional debate only cuter!

The good news, as related by owner John Ventresco, who uploaded the video to YouTube: “He (Blaze) didn’t actually need to go in his kennel this time… was just teasing him =).” We hope he enjoyed the reprieve; perhaps after a few more acts of kindness he’ll even learn a new phrase.

Photo via John Ventresco/YouTube

The Daily Dot