Husky Can’t Have Enough Of The Peekaboo Game With His Owner

HuskyMamaPublished: July 14, 2017194,996 views
Published: July 14, 2017

Interaction with animals has been proven to raise levels of serotonin and dopamine, which are the chemical building blocks of positive feelings. All science aside, playing and interacting with dogs is just plain fun - and it's bound to brighten anyone’s day. Having a dog around can enrich our lives in so many ways.

Raising dogs really can be like raising children. They need constant attention, need to be fed and to be played with too. Dogs love to play with their toys, but it seems that this husky just wants to play something else. His zest for life and games is unmatched in this video. He plays as if it is his first time to have ever played with somebody and he does it with a vigor of a small child or a puppy.

This epic game of peekaboo between the owner and the <a href=" https://rumble.com/v31cwd-husky-wants-owner-to-keep-petting-her.html" target="_blank">husky</a> is so entertaining. It seems that there is never a dull moment in this house. By hiding away from his owner to the next peekaboo moment, this husky shows he is a notorious escape artist managing to dash quickly to his hideout spot. The husky enjoys this game as we can hear his loud bark fading slowly away in the air and we know that huskies enjoy barking when they are having fun. This <a href=" https://rumble.com/v35mvx-5301789.html" target="_blank">peekaboo</a> thing has really caught his interest because no sooner he reveals his face, he is off - gone in seconds. This free-spirited husky has learned how to play the game perfectly because he knows that when he peeps he needs to go back and hide. His nature simply requires vigorous games and exercises because he is playful, athletic and agile. And when nature calls, no one can stand back.

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    jjrrWWuudd · 42 weeks ago

    They're bred to pull sleds. Lots of energy that needs an outlet.