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Naughty Siberian Husky protests going to bed (VIDEO)

Zoesnow_thumb By MissT | August 11, 2013 | Comments (12)

When Dexter the Husky is told to go to bed he tells his guardian why he doesn't want to. His guardian wrote, "He does as he is told most of the time, but every now and then he likes to rebel."




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Comments on this Article

Maybe Dexter is just asking to change the music.
Adorable....beautiful dog! God bless.
If you listen closely you will hear what the dog is saying. First he says I don't want to go to bed, I want to go to the park in the car vroom vroom vroom. Then he says, I don't want to, and then, I really don't want to. Then- it's not time to go to bed, who goes to bed when its still daylight. The last thing he says is, it's still daylight outside! Beautiful dog, thanks for sharing.
Dorothy Jessie Gray, I so agree with you! Beautiful boy!!!
I don't think "naughty" is the term I would use here. Dexter is articulating his position, and I think he makes a good point.
Being a husky, and how warm they get, he probably wouldnt sleep on a bed anyway. I had a husky and she hated it. She would lay on the lineoleum instead. it's much cooler. Beautiful boy though!
Very funny. Not all dogs need beds, I have bought my dog many beds and he prefers a piece of carpet to sleep on.
Omg!!! Too funny!!! But I agree, he needs a doggie bed!!!
That's his BED? No wonder he doesn't want to go, he was already there, on the HARD FLOOR. How sad ... :'( What a beautiful boy, give him a nice, soft, comfortable blanket at least ... poor little guy. I'd protest too ... :0(
Beautiful....love the blue eye!
He's a beautiful intelligent sympatico doggie! Why not get him a comfy bed instead of a mat? I'm sure he's saying "you lie on it and see what you think, and that the mat isn't comfy enough for a husky of his stature!!!!"
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