Every pet owner knows the “joys” of potty training a new puppy. It’s not the greatest part of the process, but it needs to be done.
When you’re potty training a new puppy, you expect accidents to occur. But when you have more than one dog, things can get a bit confusing. Did Rover poop, or was it Rex? Unless you have a security camera, it’s almost impossible to tell— but one little Huskey got out-ed in the most adorable way.
In the video, you see Yukon and Cooper— two gorgeous Siberian Huskies.
The sweet pups grin and wag their tails as they see their owner approaching— but then she has a question that catches them off-guard.
“Somebody pooped on the floor,” she says
“Who was it?”
And indeed, when she turns the camera, it reveals a dog-sized poop sitting on the living room floor. The woman records the dogs as she continues to ask them who’s responsible for the mess. Then, out of nowhere, Yukon throws little Cooper under the bus!
In the video, after mom once again asks the dogs who pooped on the floor, Yukon extends his paw and taps a guilty-looking Cooper on the back.
The best part? In case he wasn’t totally clear, he also taps him again.
According to Vet Street, Siberian Huskies are affectionate. working dogs who love interacting with children and guests. Their pleasant nature makes them a great pet, but they’re not naturally suited to be a guard dog.
Siberian Huskies were selectively bred by the Chukchi people of Northeastern Asia to pull sleds over long distances. The breed became popular in the 1920s after a group of Huskies helped deliver diphtheria serum to remote Nome, Alaska. When news of the dogs’ actions spread, they received tons of acclaim. After that, Siberian Huskies have been popular ever since.
In another funny video, you see another silly Huskey denying that he’s had an accident on the floor.
The dog lies comfortably on the living room, but every time his owner questions him, he lets out a series of whiney howls. People loved the way the canine “conversed”, writing comments such as:
“He doesn’t even want to discuss it.”
“His loudest whine is after the ‘bad dog’ accusation. Too funny!”
“He’s like damn it, I said I don’t want to talk about it, woman!”
Although people seem to have trouble potty training huskies, Snow Dog Guru says the following steps apply, regardless of the breed in question:
- Make a training schedule. Most puppies pee and poop within 15-20 minutes of waking, eating and boisterous play.
- Create a feeding schedule. If you feed your dog regularly, you can time out when she needs to go outside.
- Pick a designated elimination area. Bring them straight there to pee and poop. It’ll help them know what is expected.
- Know the signs a dog needs to go potty. Most will sniff frantically while pacing in a circle. The tail will be raised for readiness.
Watch the adorable video below!
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