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Dogs Try Eating Corn on the Cob. 1m15s

Dogs Try Eating Corn on the Cob.

Our dogs love veggies. Today we let them try corn on the cob and they loved it. Not only that but they used their front teeth to pull the corn off the cob. It was too cute.

Husky Gets Bored And Takes It Out On Owner 41s

Husky Gets Bored And Takes It Out On Owner

Nora the husky is a playful and loving dog! She's always wanting attention and love. But when one of her owners forgets to give her attention while eating breakfast Nora begins to throw a tantrum. Better watch out!

Husky Throws Tantrum After Dachshund Steals Favorite Toy1m08s

Husky Throws Tantrum After Dachshund Steals Favorite Toy

Huskies - if you didn’t see all that fur, you might think that they are just tiny grumbling toddlers. If you saw the fur, then you’d know that they are just not so tiny grumbling toddlers with an ability to withstand the toughest of winters. They’ll probably whine about that too, but they’ll make it through unscathed. It seems that whatever we do, they’ll find a reason to sneak in a disapproving look. But we love them anyway. How could we not, when we know that each protest ends up with a scratch and the most beautiful of smiles ever?! They might pretend they are the broodiest dog breed ever, but deep inside, they are just like any other dog, a furry ball that just loves to play, eat and cuddle up to a friend. Huskies make for great pets. They are very protective of their own, making them look quite stubborn from time to time, but it’s all in good nature. Husky owners know that it’s a delight to have them in your home. They might not always follow your commands, but just remember that you own a living being with its own character and not a mindless computer, and you’ll be able to experience the husky charm. This video is a prime example of a husky’s jealousy. Nora the Siberian husky loves her toy pineapple. However, after her canine buddy Oscar takes it away from her, she begins to throw a tantrum! And when a husky begins to throw a tantrum... you better watch out! You probably noticed that quite often, when one of the dogs comes to the owner to get a dose of affection, the other one approaches too and wedges in between. It is believed that the dog "requires its share of affection". If the dog does this regularly, you can call it a jealous dog. Quite often, such a dog is jealous not only of the owner, but also of toys, and even a cozy armchair. In most cases, of the two dogs, one is noticeably more jealous than the other. Many zoologists would put the word "jealousy" in quotation marks on the grounds that such behavior, in their opinion, has little to do with human jealousy. I will not do this, and that's why. When a dog is jealous of an owner or a toy, we are dealing with a typical case of unstable dominance-submission relationships between dogs. A jealous dog claims to be a leader, that is, a preferential right to enjoy certain goods, one of which is the owner's caress. But these claims are not recognized unconditionally, and they use any occasion to show: "I'm more important, you have to scratch my ear, this is my ball, I have the right to sleep in the chair." When relations are firmly established and the rights are properly distributed, the leader does not feel the need for constant self-affirmation. And he or she can be very condescending to subordinates, very often allowing them to take advantage of life’s benefits. And the subordinates use them with caution, not giving the leader reasons for displeasure. In short, as we said earlier, dog’s behavior imitates man’s. In people, jealousy is also a complement of insecurity in its right to possess. The more confident the person feels, the less he is prone to jealousy. What dо you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy!

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Published: July 8, 201829,787 plays$44.11 earned
Husky Greets Her Owners Through A Tiny Doggy Door38s

Husky Greets Her Owners Through A Tiny Doggy Door

Among other things, people love to show off with their pets. They are treated as stars, as cute toy creatures that give one joy, or even ugly, but ridiculously funny pets. Pets are, and this is a fact, one of the top-5 keyword searches on the Internet. People say that, over time, dogs start to resemble their owners, both in looks and in behavior. Whether it’s the animals that start imitating their humans, or the humans start to identify themselves with their dogs, it doesn’t matter, there are hundreds of photos online where dog owners look almost exactly like their dogs! This is why we decided to show you a hilarious video of a Siberian Husky who never fails to welcome her owners in the same way: peeping its large head through a ting doggy door and speaking to them in full sentences. Watching this is a must if you want to literally laugh out loud! Many people have seen funny videos where Siberian Huskies howl to their owners, play the piano or the flute, or even try to sing along to a famous musical composition. " The Talking Husky " is the favorite search category you can even play to your guests and make sure they have a good laugh to highlight the evening. Dog owners know that most canine breeds can get to be very vocal and “opinionated” only if you spare some time to talk to them. As we said earlier, living together, both dogs start to imitate the mood and the behavior of the owner, and the owner starts to imitate the attitude and the noises its pet makes in return. It is a normal way of communication when there are no other means available. Huskies are known to be very talkative. If you pay enough attention to the development of their “communication skills” from day one, they will respond to your words addressed to them in a tirade in their canine language – howling and low growling. With Huskies, you can go a step ahead and teach them to sing in response to your singing. It is easier for them because they almost never bark, but thanks to the wolf blood running in their veins, they howl beautifully with overflows. At the top of the page, you can see Nora, the Siberian Husky who never fails to welcome her owners by throwing a tirade of canine scolding on those who were so heartless as to leave her home all alone (not really, but explain that to Nora, if she leaves you space to talk)! If her owners leave home without her, Nora the husky likes to let them know how she feels. Needless to say, they have some funny conversations! Hearing them coming back, she first peeps her large Husky head through the small doggy door, greets them back politely but then she gives such a reproachful look you do not want to be in their shoes! He is quickly let out of the house but her lamenting continues from outside the house. Oh, Nora! If you love dogs as much as we do, share this video on social media or tell us a story of your beloved four-legged pal in the comment section below. And remember: dogs rule!

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Published: June 27, 20187,151 plays$10.95 earned
A Cat Enjoys Time Chasing Virtual Mice On A Wall Projector1m48s

A Cat Enjoys Time Chasing Virtual Mice On A Wall Projector

Many cat owners marvel at the event of their cat sitting in front of the TV screen and observing birds, fish or mice on the glowing planes. Other cats coming from less tech-savvy households can be seen staring out of the window for hours, seldom mumbling to themselves. We can call this Cat-TV and it is an “extension” to your kitty’s personality. Its instinct demands it. This, however, is not innate to all prey animals. Dogs, for example, hunt together in packs by running after, surrounding and killing their prey. This is why cute Fido cannot hold himself from chasing after the frisbee. Cats use the ambush strategy, like in a mouse hunt . This entails detailed planning. This entails making a careful observation. As you can see from the video, cats are very vision-sensitive. They detect shapes similar to those of their prey. The cat owners have laced a projector showing rat forms moving randomly on the wall. You cannot see a typical rat there, but a computer simulation, and a crude one. However, that kitty killer instinct prompts the cat to react immediately. The smell factor is absent, the depth of the screen has been checked and then double checked but the game still goes! The kitty levels up: instead of the rats, a laser dot appears on the screen but our kitty decides to invest even more of its energy. And it seems very happy hunting! What we can do is provide our felines with enough stimulation to make them as happy and as content as they make us feel when in their presence.

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Published: February 7, 201878 plays$0.19 earned
Husky Stalks Her Prey 5m24s

Husky Stalks Her Prey

I walked out on my husky sitting perfectly still staring at a squirrel. She sat there for so long. I was recording for such a long time my battery died. I had time to go inside, grab a new battery, come outside and find her still sitting and staring at the squirrel. How is that for patience!?

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Published: February 7, 20185,762 views
Giant Cat Box Fort! 5m44s

Giant Cat Box Fort!

I feel like our cat deserves a little more attention. So we decied to make him a giant box fort castle to play in. Cat's love boxes. It's a proven fact. So a 100 boxes should make him really happy.

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Published: February 7, 20189,563 views
Day In The Life of a Husky! 9m12s

Day In The Life of a Husky!

We decided to strap a GoPro on the back of our Husky to see what she's up to on a typical day. Spoiler, it's a lot of exploring and not sitting still.

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Published: February 7, 20189,053 views
Playful Dogs Go For A Hunt After A Remote Control Car2m58s

Playful Dogs Go For A Hunt After A Remote Control Car

In the very distant past dogs and wolves were brothers. In order to survive, they had to chase after other animals and birds for food. Through years and years of evolution, aided by selective breeding done by us, their best friends, certain parts of the hunt sequence have been changed or receded according to each breed’s purpose. So, the chase instinct in dogs is already present from birth. However, the very process of domestication has also formed a link between dogs and humans. Dogs actively seek opportunities to play with us because they seek our approval. Such is the case with the two dogs in this video. Their owners claim the dogs love to have fun, that they love to chase things and work their prey drives. In order to test this, one day, instead of the dull stick or the ragged tennis ball, one of the owners introduced a new toy – remote control cars! There was no difference as to what they were chasing. They did it playfully and furiously around the backyard and had a great time! The funniest part is that the Dachshund , even though very much smaller than the Siberian Husky , is far fiercer and relentless in the RC pursuit. The stubby-legged doggy just won’t give up, chasing and barking after the strange fast-moving gadget. It all depends on the dog breed and the purpose it was meant to serve. "Herders orient, eye, stalk and chase, retrievers are good at the chase, grab-bite, terriers have strong chase, grab-bite and kill-bite," a canine expert says. Nowadays, with some exceptions, our herders, retrievers, pointers, sight-hounds and terriers are not used for their primary purposes. Yet, knowing their primary purpose can provide us with some information on how to use satisfaction of their prey drive.

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Published: February 7, 201864 plays$0.24 earned
Huskies refuse to leave pool of ice3m28s

Huskies refuse to leave pool of ice

Everybody is ready to leave the dog park and pack up the pool, but it appears these huskies have other plans. You have never seen anyone have as much fun as these dogs are with a pile of ice.

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Published: August 7, 20166,116 plays$11.24 earned
Needy Husky Requests Endless Belly Rubs From Owner51s

Needy Husky Requests Endless Belly Rubs From Owner

Every time this dog owner stops petting Nora the Husky, she grabs his hand with her mouth to show him where to keep scratching! We've never seen anything like this before! Enjoy her silly antics! Ah, dogs, they make it so easy to love them. Their pure souls and innocent actions bring out the best in us. Although sometimes we need to clean up after them and it isn’t always pretty, it is all forgotten once they come to us for a few scratches behind their ears. Dogs are our furry soulmates. You would have never thought that they were your perfect match until you’ve seen the furrball sleeping at the edge of your bed while warming up your legs. They have a tendency to know just when you need a hug and they aren’t stringy when it comes to giving one. They can barrel straight to us and not let go until they see that we are smiling at their wet kisses. Although we know that they are domesticated and have been around for centuries, it is sometimes hard to forget that these lovable goofballs are actually descended from wolves searching for food among the humans. The Husky breed bears huge ressemblance to these ancestors. In this heartwarming footage, we see a spoiled Husky demanding endless belly scratches from owner. This gentle pup actually loves having his tummy scratched by his best friend and isn’t afraid to show it. There is nothing like a Husky video to lift up your spirits! Watching this needy Husky beg for owner’s attention has brightened up our day. Footage shows owner petting a Husky pup, but the needy canine cannot seem to get enough of them belly rubs as every time owner stops scratching and lifts the arm away from pup’s belly, the spoiled Husky demanding for more. Someone isn't happy about the lack of attention and is very demanding! This Husky puppy loses her mind over belly rubs and politely asks for more. Obviously, this insatiable pup is hard to please as he would never want his human to stop petting her! It is indisputable that all dogs love belly rubs. However, Nora might just love belly rubs more than all those other dogs combined. Watch as she keeps on bringing owner’s hand over her body, requesting constant scratching! Adorable! At one point, when the human hands dare stop their one job, which is belly rubbing, the puppy grabs owner’s hand in her mouth and places it on her belly. Don’t you dare making this incredible sensation go away, human! Request granted, puppy! It is adorable how this sweet begging transforms into needy addiction to belly rubs . Poor owner, we can tell from this video, that his hand is becoming to feel sore after giving a handful of endless rubs to his needy pet! Hilarious! What do you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy!

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Published: July 31, 201686,752 plays$189.77 earned
Husky not a fan of Daylight Saving Time1m23s

Husky not a fan of Daylight Saving Time

Ever since Daylight Savings has ended, Nora the husky has not been happy with the time change. She is an hour off with her feeding time, and thus feels the need to share her disapproval with her owner.

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Published: November 6, 20153,518 plays$5.31 earned
Husky tries dog shoes for the first time1m10s

Husky tries dog shoes for the first time

'ZestyMike' attempts to put dog shoes on Nora the husky to see if she likes them. Her reaction is absolutely priceless! Definitely not the first time a dog has done that!

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Published: September 23, 201511,351 plays$23.36 earned
Trio of Huskies enjoy pool party together2m10s

Trio of Huskies enjoy pool party together

What happens when you take three playful huskies and add some plastic pools with a water hose? A husky pool party! Check out these dogs as they have the time of their lives with some backyard fun.

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Published: August 28, 20156,201 plays$4.75 earned
Extremely hyper Husky tries to relax36s

Extremely hyper Husky tries to relax

Nora the excited Husky is seen here attempting to calm down for nap time. However, when you've got that much energy stored up it's almost impossible to relax! How funny! Credit to 'ZestyMike'.

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Published: May 27, 20153,056 plays$6.36 earned
Energetic puppy is thrilled about new mattress1m47s

Energetic puppy is thrilled about new mattress

This playful Husky puppy takes some time to explore the new mattress that has been brought to the house. Watch how excited he gets when he realizes he can run and jump on it. What a hilarious dog! Credit to 'ZestyMike'.

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Published: January 6, 2015538 plays$1.43 earned
Hidden Camera Shows What Dogs Do While Alone1m17s

Hidden Camera Shows What Dogs Do While Alone

What happens when you leave your dogs at home when you go out? User 'ZestyMike' was going to find out. Even though 'ZestyMike' was only gone for a couple hours, this video clip shows such a heart breaking moment. These dogs miss their owners so much! As the owners leave the house, the two dogs become very lonely. Their best buds aren't there to play with them, poor dogs! They both start to whimper and the Husky even shoves its face in the camera, I think it's trying to take a selfie! These dogs can't wait any longer, they want their family to come back home! They are both so anxious, and are both waiting at the window. They don't want to miss the moment their family comes back, so precious! These two are adorable. Dogs are so loyal and are very loving. Dogs are very good at picking up habits and they have a good sense of time. They miss you so much when you're gone! Dogs can even smell feelings. If someone is sad, they can pick up on it, they will always try to pick you up when you're done, so amazing! Do you have any dogs? Check out some of these best selling dog treats ! If you're going to be gone for a while, this is a great way to keep them occupied! Delicious food is always a good idea! You don't want them to feel lonely!

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Published: January 5, 201510,882 plays$26.47 earned
Husky Puppy Goes Against His 'Arch Enemy' The Plastic Bag1m31s

Husky Puppy Goes Against His 'Arch Enemy' The Plastic Bag

Raising dogs really can be like raising children. They need constant attention, need to be feed and really need to be played with too! Dogs love to play with their toys, but it seems that this husky just wants to play something else. Dogs are amazing companions that have brightened up our lives. From the time that humans have been around, we have co-existed with animals, even using them as faithful companions that help with everyday tasks. We have formed a bond with them that lasted years and still proves to be there even today. However, did you know that animals could form bonds with even the unlikeliest of animal? That seems to be exactly the case here! Huskies are a fearless and stubborn breed of dogs, so you'd expect that they'd be highly suspicious and excited when an unknown object comes across their territory. They are very playful and energetic, so sometimes they can even engage with the object and playfully examine it. This Husky puppy reacted adorably after noticing that a plastic bag entered into his backyard territory! He definitely didn't trust it! Just look at him barking and wagging his tail while running full-speed all across the backyard. He's obviously defending his home from the plastic bag, but it's just too adorable. Credit to 'ZestyMike'.

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Published: November 25, 201447,575 plays$144.70 earned
Husky puppy's first howls!1m26s

Husky puppy's first howls!

From 'ZestyMike', "We were getting ready for a yard sale and left our puppy inside alone while we set up. She wanted to help and was a little upset. This was the first time we heard her howl, so we recorded it for a few minutes before letting her join us!" Looks like she really wanted to get out there!

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Published: September 9, 20141,992 plays$3.85 earned
Squirrel fails trying to run away!12s

Squirrel fails trying to run away!

It was definitely not a good day for this poor squirrel! From 'ZestyMike', "I was approaching a squirrel and it didn't run until it was too late. Then for some reason belly smacked a tree!" No worries though, the little guy ended up being okay!

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Published: August 19, 20146,688 plays$2.57 earned
Kitten knocks food off table, feeds the dog1m05s

Kitten knocks food off table, feeds the dog

Watch Echo the kitten knock food right off the kitchen table so his friend Oscar can enjoy a few bites. Now that's an adorable animal friendship! Who said dogs and cats can't be friends?

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Published: May 29, 201418,508 plays$25.92 earned