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.
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