Mishka The Talking Husky Says 'I Want Potatoes!'
The free-spirited Siberian Husky is usually good-natured with everyone. He is playful, athletic, agile, and light on his feet. He loves the great outdoors and requires vigorous exercise, especially in cool weather. He should be taken running, hiking, and/or biking every day, always on-leash, for he is independent and born to run. If something catches his interest and he is off-leash, he'll be gone. Most Siberian Huskies are sociable with other dogs, but he has a very high prey drive and may destroy cats if not raised with them. Siberians should not be kept around rabbits, ferrets, or birds. Fencing must be high and secure, for he can be an escape artist, and once loose, he may run deer and molest livestock.
Training is a challenge because the strong-willed Siberian Husky is inclined to use his intelligence in clever ways that suit his own purposes. Digging and howling are favorite pastimes. Siberian Huskies have captured the imagination of the masses, as well as artists, writers, and film producers, with their eye-catching looks and awe-inspiring talents. Siberian Huskies need a lot of vigorous activity in order to maintain health and happiness. They were developed as sled dogs, which means they have energy and endurance to spare, so adopting a Husky means adopting an active lifestyle. This breed enjoys long walks, hikes, jogs and bike rides. In the yard they can play fetch for hours, and some even like to play frisbee. Huskies will feel as though they died and went to heaven when at the dog park with other dogs to run, romp and wrestle with. Huskies are notorious escape artists, managing to foil fences, screen doors, garages and other holding devices. You should never leave your Husky unsupervised in the yard or with only a screen separating him from the wild blue yonder.
'Dogs can be talented at so many different things! They can be taught to walk on their hind legs, roll over and even bark on command! No wonder they are considered to be one of human-kind's best and most faithful companions! But, did you know that some dogs have hidden talents that others do not? Some dogs can even mimic human language! That seems to be the case with this amazing Husky named Mishka! Looks like Mishka doesn't like hide her opinion when it comes to what's being served for dinner! How cute is that? Surely you have never seen anything like this before!
This video is insane! We knew that dogs can be good at so many different things, but who would have thought that they could be good at speaking too? It is only a matter of time before we are able to understand dogs and have conversations with them! Aside from that, Mishka is one adorable and talented dog! She seems so happy and really does want potatoes for dinner! Her owners must take the greatest care of her; feeding her, taking her on long walks and overall treating her like a valuable member of the family!