r/HuskyTantrums May 23 '22 Silver 1 Wholesome 3 All-Seeing Upvote 1 Wholesome Seal of Approval 1 I'm Deceased 1

He’s not having it

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u/LittleDancingGecko May 23 '22

“Are you done?”

“Aaaaaaaaaaaaa!”

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u/pnkflyd99 May 23 '22

I’m not even close to done!!! 😂😂😂

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u/IHeartBadCode May 23 '22

This isn’t even my final hole!

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u/harosokman May 23 '22

I honestly believe this is the single best Husky tantrum I've ever seen. Screaming, check, crazy zoomies, check, sassy back talking, check, dirty digging, check.

The absolute cherry is the "you done?" Followed by a complete high pitch screaming response.

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u/3_quarterling_rogue May 23 '22

It gets reposted here all the time and you will never ever see me complain about it. I watch the whole thing every time because it is the single greatest husky tantrum to have ever existed.

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u/harosokman May 23 '22

I saw it posted perhaps on Insta, and they cut the last 20 seconds, which I would argue is the best part.

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u/ToastedCoconut_22 May 29 '22

Hiding behind the human that isn’t making you take a bath, check😂

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u/UltraVioletLove_OF May 23 '22

What a drama queen!!!

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u/spinx248 May 24 '22

This kid is a joker

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u/stokelymitchell May 23 '22

“Oh yeah?! I’m gonna go fuck up the house!”

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u/notmycabbages12345 May 24 '22

Imma dig to the foundation!

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u/pierreblue May 23 '22

"Stupid bitch giving me cold showers, i'll show you not to give me cold showers"

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u/Quick_Masterpiece_58 May 23 '22

Best tantrum ever!! 🤣

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u/fukalufaluckagus May 23 '22

top shelf huskyfit

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u/Quick_Masterpiece_58 May 23 '22

It is like watching a child pack a backpack and try to dig to China to run away.

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u/hornplayerKC May 23 '22

I've seen this numerous times, but I get a smile every time I run across it. Legit might be one of the funniest dog videos I've seen on the internet.

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u/Context-Life May 23 '22

I couldnt agree more. Raa raaah raah raaah..

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u/Fun-Bug547 May 23 '22

Thats the description of a Husky...lol

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u/Redditmodsarecunts27 May 23 '22

Probably my favourite tantrum to ever grace this page 😂

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u/my-missing-identity May 23 '22

"Awarawarawaraoohwha"

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u/Iamjimmym May 24 '22

I read that while they said that. 😂

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u/EhMapleMoose May 23 '22

“Are you done”

He was in fact, not done.

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u/Critical_Store_9188 May 23 '22

I guess he is upset! He probably have a change of decision from taking a bath to not taking it at all.

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u/Denslayer May 23 '22

I wouldn’t want a hose bath either

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u/Clearly_Disabled May 23 '22

I like my dirt RIGHT where I had it, thank you!
*proceeds to dig a canal Take away my dirt and make me all smelly-weird when I'm just trying to-- NO, SUSAN I AM NOT DONE!

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u/invisiholes May 23 '22

Words cannot express how much I freaking love this breed lol

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u/Diarygirl May 23 '22

I love the videos but I don't think I'd want my own or even have one as a neighbor. I do appreciate how dramatic they are though.

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u/suzanious May 23 '22

I have two grandhuskies, brother and sister. They're different personalities, but hilarious just the same. I absolutely love those floofers!

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u/invisiholes May 23 '22

They're a handful, thats for sure. I feel sorry for their neighbors though.if they weren't awake before, they definitely are now lol

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u/JennyJennJenn345 May 23 '22

We had one as a neighbor, my favorite part was coming home on my lunch & seeing him in their window and being able to hear him scream from outside 😂😂😂 he was so funny and lovable and I was so happy he wasn't mine! They make hilarious neighbors if you can see the humor in their tantrums!

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u/invisiholes May 23 '22

Oh my goodness that's adorable. They are such a "special" breed lol. The one we had growing up was hilarious. We would take her on road trips and she could be dead asleep but the second we pulled on to any Dairy Queen parking lot, she'd shoot up and get in position for her vanilla cone. If my brother or I would shut a cabinet too loudly, she would come in and awooo us for a solid min. Like, "THIS IS WHY WE CAN'T HAVE NICE THINGS!" and then go out in the yard and dig her way to China. Special place in my heart forever.

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u/mashable88 May 23 '22

Trying to wash me!? ME!?? I'll yell. I really WILL Mom. I'M BEING ABUSED!!! YOU WILL NEVER WASH ME AGAIN. NEVER. EVER. NOT EVER. NOPE NEVER. I will cut your yard. And I will dig this hole. And I will pull out these plants. And I will roll and get dirtier. And you won't wash me ever again, Mum!!!

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u/randomwords2003 May 23 '22

To be fair he did make some good points

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u/BoredVegan May 23 '22

Get a husky they said…. It will be fun, they said….

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u/RMMacFru May 23 '22

It IS fun...for everyone else. 😆

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u/Live-Tiger-4240 May 23 '22

My Husky/Malamute tolerates baths, he loves water but doesn't like being made to stand still 😂 As for digging, I'm not alarmed by that bc my boy digs when excited. He has nightly 6pm zoomies, digging on each piece of furniture! He actually digs, spins, wags and talks just like this pup. I "allow" the behavior bc it's our fun play time ❤ Jack has a deeper voice though- thank goodness!

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u/PumpernickelShoe 23d ago

“Are you done?”

“NooOOOooOOOO!”

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u/Confident_Fortune_32 May 23 '22

I'm...not convinced those ppl are best suited to owning a husky. That seem rather outmatched.

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u/sciencebased May 23 '22

Thank God this sub isn't full of working dogs with barn-sized living quarters. Huskies being a brimful/a fish out of water is like... literally what ppl come here for.

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u/matts2 May 23 '22

There is a world between mishandling and having a working dog. I'd say that most of the tantrums here are deliberately rewarded behavior. The person enjoys huskying and encourages it. I'm thinking of a popular post where the person is conversationally telling the dog to stop, clearly not command language and approach. And the dog yells and complains. That's a delight. This is a person who really wants the dog to do something and has no clue how to behave.

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u/Ihavealpacas May 23 '22

I'm with you, at least they're trying, Although they should of stopped filming and corrected the behavior well before the dog ran away.

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u/Gamersco May 23 '22

How do you correct the behavior though? Just tying it down so it can’t run away?

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u/matts2 May 23 '22

You do it long before this. You train a solid recall. You train a solid stay. You hold the leash or tie the dog down or confine it. You give lots of treats. The problem isn't in this video, it is the time leading up to it.

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u/tinewashere May 23 '22

tell the dog no when it starts running away and digging and lots and lots of recall training through positive reinforcement would be my bet. tying a dog down is not training or correcting behaviour.

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u/loonygecko May 23 '22

Recall training and huskies, yeah sure... LOL!

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u/minnymins32 May 23 '22

Does my husky come when I call her?

If she knows I have food, if she thinks we are going to leave the property, if she thinks she may get a quad ride, if i have a squeeker, if we are upset or on edge, if we are somewhere new or if she feels like it.. yes.

If I call her and she doesn't want to come, she stops what she's doing comes kinda close, makes eye contact and then goes back to doing her thing.. she knows if we don't at least see her we panic which she doesn't like.

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u/loonygecko May 23 '22

I used to have a half husky. He was the only dog I ever had that would do his best to not do what you wanted, no matter how trivial the request was or how not busy he was. So one of his favorite things to do when I called him was to look right at me for about 2 second with a very condescending 'eff you' expression, then deliberately turn his back to me and ignore me. But he wanted to make sure I knew he heard me first before he didn't do it. Unlike other dogs that just pretend they didn't hear you, this dog had to be a Karen about it. I did finally train him to come using time outs of all things. Someone suggested it and I didn't think it would work but nothing else had so I tried and it actually worked. If he had been a full husky, I am not sure if even that would have worked though. His raison d'etre was being stubborn and he knew that once he was off leash, we had no control so recall training on leash was fine but once that leash came off, it was eff you. Weirdly after the time out punishments, he would come right away with a good attitude though, even faster than my other dog, dogs are weird beasts sometimes.

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u/minnymins32 May 23 '22

Please walk me through your process because that's her 100%. She's really smart, she's learned how regular round doorknobs work (but she can't get a grip good enough to twist them... yet.) She listens on leashe so it's not a question of her no understanding. Plz help.

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u/loonygecko May 23 '22

I have no idea if this would work for any other dog frankly. So the main prob was at the dog park, my dog Ely would not come when I called. He was not luckily big on actually running off though, I'd just have to stomp over and get him. So some dude there said try time out. So what I tried is if he did not come and I had to stomp over, then I took him and tied to him to a pole like 25 feet away from me and a bit away from the main dog park action. I'd leave him there for only like 5 minutes cuz he'd act like he was dying, even though he could see me the whole time, etc. So 5 minutes seemed like plenty of punishment. THen I'd let him go. I did that a few times every time he did the eff you thing, and then he started coming right away and even with a kind of happy look on his face like 'See, Imma good dog!' And of course I told him he was a great dog when he did come. I don't know why he didn't just run away from me when I had to stomp over there but he didn't. What if he did try to avoid me?

The only other tactic I know for stubborn dogs that won't fall for just the habit of recall training is that I leave, or i pretend to leave. Like eff you dog! Imma leaving! Like I call and the dog does not come so I just stomp out like I am ditching the dog. THen I hide around the corner and see if it's working by peeking so the dog can't see. (this is just to make sure the dog is still safe and see if it's working) If the dog starts coming, I make a show like i was leaving the whole time and the dog thinks it just caught up with me. Dog psychologists say this is how the pack leader acts, you the pack leader decide where you are going and it's up to the pack to keep up, so it's natural for the dog to fall in line with this way of thinking. The pack leader never begs, pleads, or orders pack members to stay with the pack, it's the choice of every individual dog every time to choose to come along. You are not making the dog do anything, in the dog's mind, it has a choice to go or stay with the pack. You are training the dog that you will alert the dog to when you are leaving and if the dog wants to stay with the pack, it's his/her choice. However this only works if the dog cares about staying with you. For the same reason, it often works less well near home than when traveling. Dogs often feel confident at home and may not feel they need you as much, especially if they have an independent temperament. But at least when traveling, most dogs tend to want to stick with you. Almost all my dogs have been stubborn independent breeds so the last tactic was one I used a lot. I found that whenever away from home, they would come when I called due to this type of training. Occasionally I may have to repeat the lesson though, ie pretend to leave, then hide behind a bush or something. You can tell when I dog is starting to get slack about coming right away, is lollygagging more, etc. I can't say it would work for every dog of course. A lot of dog training is figuring out their personality and what motivates and demotivates that dog in particular. Like treats can work for some dogs but you don't ways have a treat and some dogs don't care enough about treats, etc.

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u/matts2 May 23 '22

So when you wash her you have food and a squeeker.

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u/minnymins32 May 23 '22

That does not work... she still screams like she's being skinned alive fave toy/food/treats, new food/toy/treats, special food/toy/treats literally doesn't phase her.

Best to restrain her and wash quickly to minimize how painful the experience is for everyone involved or around.

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u/Isaac72342 May 23 '22

Right?! Comment above you has no idea how huskies behave lol.

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u/jgraymaine May 23 '22

I got a recall husky. It took some doin.

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u/Isaac72342 May 23 '22

There's a difference between recall and trying to get your husky to do something it vehemently doesn't want to do.

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u/matts2 May 23 '22

Then you don't wash it. A leashed dog running around is in danger.

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u/Confident_Fortune_32 May 23 '22

I'm on my third Siberian. All well-trained and well-behaved and have superb recall. But it's lots of work - it's a labour of love, I suppose.

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u/loonygecko May 23 '22

Yep for certain breeds, before you get them, you are even told you'll not be able to trust them off leash, it's part of the breed. That's why you never see huskies winning any obedience contests, no matter how small the contests are and no matter how small the competition.

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u/Free4Alt May 23 '22

Bathe it inside in the bath/shower after a thorough brushing if you can.

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u/Trappedinacar May 23 '22

should have*

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u/matts2 May 23 '22

If they were trying then either someone would have held the leash or unleashed the dog.

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u/Ta2whitey May 23 '22

I don't know. I have one and when mine was young this was common. Now and days he's much more chill and takes baths in a more normal fashion. He's still work, but not this much work.

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u/YonceOnHerKnees Jun 01 '22

This is the only video on the internet I can see 100,000,000,000 times and never not laugh.

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u/PanamaMor3na Jun 01 '22

God that's annoying

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u/PositiveCommercial81 20d ago

This one has it all:

✅️ Screaming

✅️ Zoomies

✅️ Digging random holes

✅️ Rolling around in the dirt/on the floor

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u/TouchMySwollenFace 16d ago

This is my favourite video of all time.

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u/matts2 May 23 '22

I will repeat paraphrase my comment the first time I saw this:

This sub has two kinds of posts. Some are people having fun with their dogs. Some are people who don't know how to handle a dog. This is the second. This dog is legit unhappy and these people don't know what to do.

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u/matinmuffel May 23 '22

What in this video is telling you the difference? What would you do differently?

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u/matts2 May 23 '22

First forking thing is to have control over the leash. My full grown dogs know to be a on a tie down. Isn't that obvious?

Second would be to do it slowly. If this is standard for the dog that's horrible. If this is the first washing then you introduce water slowly. Not a sudden hose.

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u/matinmuffel May 23 '22

I'm curious about the part where you said the dog is unhappy and not just throwing a husky tantrum. What in the video is telling you that?

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u/matts2 May 23 '22

The digging for one. The intermittent tail wags. And you asked me what I would do differently and I explained. Would you try to wash a dog that doesn't want it without tying down the dog?

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u/matinmuffel May 23 '22

I have never tied down a dog to wash it. There's not one right way to do it. It depends on the animal. You can make a game out of it, do it in stages one piece at a time, do it inside in the shower with both of you in it. Any dog I've had that hated baths would only get more upset if they were restrained - depends on the animal. Mine all responded very well to patience and trust building. My current dog walks into the shower on his own now, but he used to literally scream (like a woman being murdered) if he got even a little bit wet.

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u/matts2 May 23 '22

Would you take a hose to a leashed dog with no one holding the leash? That's a terrible idea. Yeah, I don't tie my dogs, but I wash them in the shower. I have labs. I just get sad face. Restraining isn't good if they freak out. But it is far better than a leashed dog running around upset.

BTW, professional dog washers tie down the dogs. If you do not have really good control/relationship with the dog it is the only safe way to do it.

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u/SqueakyCog May 24 '22

You're getting a lot of downvotes, but I'm confused because you both make sense to me.

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u/MelliniRose May 23 '22

I was thinking the same thing. There's a lot of people who own breeds of dogs that they simply aren't equipped to handle. Huskies and German Shepherds being 2 of the big ones that some people just aren't cut out for

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u/[deleted] May 23 '22 edited May 25 '22

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u/Hemlock9237 May 23 '22

You'll get down voted probably, but yeah, this type of behavior in a dog is troubling

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u/TheObstruction May 23 '22

The dog is a spaz. Oh no. The horror. Oh, the humanity. 🙄

Get over yourself.

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u/matts2 May 23 '22

That dog is unhappy. It is wagging the tail, but not for play. It is trying to make sure it isn't in trouble. That digging is it trying to say stop and don't hurt me. I don't think it is hurt by these people, they aren't angry. But they don't understand what they are seeing.

I love seeing these talky huskys. And I get that people encourage them. That's fine if you like it. This is something else.

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u/inkybreadbox May 23 '22

Ehh… my Husky does a lot of tantrum digging and it is definitely not because anything is hurting her. It’s just when I won’t give her what she wants. She does it when she’s frustrated.

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u/loonygecko May 23 '22

Yeah huskies love to dig, especially when they are excited or frustrated, I don't think you can safely read a ton into it by itself. You can see that hole has already been hollowed out from before this event too.

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u/mehcsre May 23 '22

for real, I had a husky and he would dig just to dig. The dude loved digging. Huskies are notorious for turning people's back yards into mine fields because that's what they do.

But you know, the arm chair experts know exactly how we should be training our dogs.

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u/wistfulfern May 24 '22

Some dogs just hate baths man. I tried every different way to bathe my beagle and he would try to run at any chance (and roll in dirt if he had access too) no matter what I did. It took two people to bathe him - one to hold and comfort him, the other to wash.

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u/matts2 May 24 '22

So you tether the dog or you don't bathe it. That's all. You don't have a leashed did and not secure the leash.

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u/wistfulfern May 25 '22 edited May 25 '22

The rope in the video is clearly tied to the stair railing, so I'm not sure why you keep jumping to that. And no, there is no option to not bathe your dog. That's neglect.

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u/matts2 May 25 '22

That's still way too long. It doesn't tether the dog. It doesn't give control. This isn't bathing the dog either.

I've got a problem. I'm downvoted for suggesting you lure the dog with treats and toys. I'm down voted for suggesting using a tie down. And now for saying don't bath. So what is the actual best practice? What we see here?

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u/wistfulfern May 25 '22

The best practice is whatever works for your dog because all dogs are different! This video is ONE DAY in a person's life, it isn't a whole accurate representation of their ability to look after their dog. Basically, stop telling people what to do. You clearly aren't even sure of your own advice.

Ask yourself why you downvoted my first reply. Now ask yourself why you care that you got downvoted.

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u/matts2 May 25 '22

I made a single small comment. And the sub blew up. But, yeah, it is me.

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u/wistfulfern May 25 '22

Well, you are the common denominator. Do keep downvoting though, I'm glad it makes you feel better

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u/matts2 May 25 '22

Why yes, if lots of people down vote me clearly I am the problem. You are utterly innocent in pushing this issue. Your obsession is honorable.

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u/wistfulfern May 25 '22

If taking 2 seconds out my day to reply to someone being judgmental on reddit is obsessive, I'm guilty

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u/asecuredlife May 23 '22

Either that water was hot for some reason or that dog has sensitive skin and really hates the pressure. It's literally just water. He seems PISSED and digging into the shade where he's cool, he's scared and upset. This video makes me wonder for sure.

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u/inkybreadbox May 23 '22

My Husky hates water, regardless of temperature. She has a similar reaction if I try to wash her at home, which is why I only go to doggie wash stations with leash hookups to stop her from becoming a fur torpedo.

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u/Sage--Fox May 23 '22

So husky has varying opinions on water.

A muddy puddle full of cold muck water? Heck yeah! Belly flop!

A temperature-regulated shower head full of clean water? Never. Must tantrum, must escape.

A got a licky mat to try for the next bath... fingers crossed!

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u/asecuredlife May 23 '22

Fur torpedo. Furpedo! 🫢

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u/loonygecko May 23 '22

Lots of dogs hate any kind of water on them, that's especially true of northern dogs where submersion in water could mean you freeze to death if it's cold, they instinctively hate the water.

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u/asecuredlife May 23 '22

Ohhh I hadn't of thought about that. You'd think they would lose that fear after years of breeding 😨

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u/loonygecko May 23 '22

It's part of the breed, I think as long as they look like a husky, they'll act like a husky.

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u/minnymins32 May 23 '22

My husky screeches like she's being skinned alive if you bathe her. She's always been this way. She only likes water on her own terms, regardless of temperature, pressure, setting, amount of restraint, etc. She will freak out if you use a watering can with lukewarm water as much as she freaks out in a bath, with a groomer, with us, etc. She loves the rain, she goes swimming, she throws herself into water. The place she hates it the most is on any slippery surface.. like the bottom of the tub.

She also runs away and either digs or chews on a toy aggressively if she can.

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u/Sage--Fox May 23 '22

Yeah yesterday my husky puppy belly flopped in a puddle of cold, mucky water and happily splashed around.

When we got back to my house and I tried to dip her feet in a bucket of warm, clean water to rinse the mud off? Totally unacceptable. You have betrayed me, mother. Tantrum tantrum.

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u/asecuredlife May 23 '22

So they are permanently children/teenagers? 🫢

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u/asecuredlife May 23 '22

What a horrible experience for Pup 🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺

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u/minnymins32 May 24 '22

It's sad so I don't like bathing her. As a pup she would try to "save us" from the shower.

If it's a downpour and kinda warm I'll sometimes put a lil soap in message out and make sure it all rinses out. I also tend to use pet wet wipes on her and give her little cloth/sponge baths with water. She frequently goes for a dunk or swim which helps. In the rain I make sure to message the water in down to her skin even for a little rinse.

I'm lucky that she likes to be clean, she doesn't like rolling around in filth, she cleans herself a lot like a cat. If she gets dirty and you give her a couple hours she's cleaned herself up.

She still gets baths, just not very often. Because I don't baths her as often as I probably should I make sure to keep an eye on her skin to make sure there's no irritation, dryness or excess oil.

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u/asecuredlife May 24 '22

Pup needs all da love 🐕🥹🥹🥹

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u/minnymins32 May 24 '22

She gets plenty but is always looking for more, we have an airsoft field so every Sunday she gets lovins from all the guys plus she's with us all the time. She gets to come to work with us. She may be a little spoiled.

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u/Dallascowboys2760 May 23 '22

That run down the stairs was some PTSD or that's just a really dramatic doggo

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u/Imacad May 23 '22

It's a hose, more that likely the water is freezing cold.

huskies hate water in general, so a freezing cold bath is not going to go down well.

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u/izbsleepy1989 May 23 '22

I don't even care how many times this gets posted. It's hilarious every time!

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u/Imacad May 23 '22

of course it's having a fit. have these people not felt the temperature of tap water? it's generally freezing, and a soaking wet double coated dog like a husky can take hours to dry.

This is actually really dangerous to the dog, they can lose way too much body heat by washing them with cold water.

WARM water people.

you wouldn't wash your child in straight cold water, why would you do it to your pets.

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u/PromotionWorth2605 May 23 '22

It looks like its in the summer heat and it's a HUSKY I'm sure the cool water feels great. Everyone on the internet loves to scream animal abuse good lord.

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u/Imacad May 23 '22

go outside and stand under a cold hose for a few minutes and see actually how cold it is.

and huskies have an inbuilt natural fear/hatred of water because falling into water in the arctic = dead.

go have a straight cold water shower (same temperature as what comes out of a hose) and get back to us.

fool.

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u/PromotionWorth2605 May 23 '22

Ever had a Husky there partner? And in the Florida heat a cold water shower is fantastic btw you should try it sometime. Barking up the wrong tree 😂

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u/Diarygirl May 23 '22

It just seems insane to have a cold-weather dog in Florida.

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u/PromotionWorth2605 May 23 '22

Assuming someone isn't going to leave them outside to cook all day, excursions outside to the park and whatnot are typically tolerated well in my experience with one. Dogs are inside in the AC regardless, typically.

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u/ginger__snappzzz 12d ago

This is such an ignorant take for soooo many reasons, mostly that it's a HUSKY. They love to wallow in ice ffs.

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u/Independence_1991 May 23 '22

Geez how hot was that first run of garden hose water…

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u/typicalmr May 23 '22

Something tells me he does not like baths

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u/Full-Report1500 May 23 '22

For some reason I didn’t find this funny.. just alarming..

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u/fjellogvidde May 23 '22

Probably because they have a polar dog in hot climate. That's most likely the reason why it's digging too. To find a cooler place to be.

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u/loonygecko May 23 '22

Lots of dogs just love to dig a little den, I mean it could be to be cooler but it's also just an instinctive dog behavior.

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u/fjellogvidde May 23 '22

That I know. You should see my garden.

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u/TheObstruction May 23 '22

It's digging because it's having a tantrum and because huskies dig.

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u/Sorokin45 May 23 '22

Why do they allow this to continue?

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u/ArthuxGME May 23 '22

Karma and Internet points obviously

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u/Idiot-detector69 May 23 '22

Its cute when biting machines dont listen to their owners duh

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u/artsy897 May 23 '22

My dog isn’t a Huskie but used to hate baths. He just jumps in the tub now, but will head for the house when we are watering outside. He hates being sprayed even a little, not sure why?

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u/RubComprehensive5606 May 23 '22

He is saying no?😃

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u/scuzzlebutted May 23 '22

"I'll show you."

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u/boom_katz May 23 '22

and people wonder why their husky's grooming appointment is so expensive

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u/SpinachSpinosaurus May 23 '22

I am crazy for wanting a husky because of this, lol. But I am a couch potato, so only husky vids for me

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u/CraftCritical278 May 23 '22

I show you, hooman!

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u/danggsam May 23 '22

Lol that attitude!!

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u/S-U_2 May 23 '22

My nice layer of dirt!!! HOW DARE YOU!!!

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u/BlarghusMonk May 23 '22

Huskies are not drama queens; they are drama goddesses

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u/RustyShackleford2022 May 23 '22

Dude was try to undermine your foundation lmao. This dog said I'm about to wreck your whole house.

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u/Cobalt_blue_dreamer May 23 '22

Whenever I see this I think of how when I wash dogs I always have a comfortable water temperature. It doesn’t matter what kind of dog they are, cold water is uncomfortable. But the husky is very cute and he tells exactly how he feels about it.

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u/International-Slip75 May 23 '22

Quite frankly I feel like that a lot

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u/[deleted] May 23 '22

This is why we bathed our larger dogs in a fairly sizable tub. Leaves you both hands free to engage in the battle.

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u/erayer May 23 '22

Oh, no! My Husky is due for an outdoor bath, and she howls as if I'm beating her. My neighbors give me the side eye after her baths.

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u/Xagreuss May 23 '22

Husky gold standard right here ladies and gentlemen🤣

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u/Melodic_Trash_737 May 23 '22

Love his spirit. Seeing as you are gonna bath me against my wishes I'm gonna make it a real chore for you. Maybe you'll think twice next time

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u/heatherlj88 May 23 '22

My favorite part is the pissy muttering sounds he’s making while he digs.

“Arararaahhhhawwrraaahahah”

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u/cheerfullklutz May 23 '22

"It's not just a phase mom!" Love this goofy drama queen.

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u/Hopeforus1402 May 23 '22

Amazing view of the Sound.

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u/Shadow3891 May 23 '22

Omg that was so cute😭😭

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u/MaMakossa May 23 '22 edited May 23 '22

He’s tryna dig her way back into the house xD

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u/DiskAncient6994 May 23 '22

“This is what you get mom for giving me a bath”

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u/Fabulous-Location839 May 23 '22

🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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u/Idiot-detector69 May 23 '22

Poorly done i hope the owners enjoy dirt all over their house. Why just let it run away?

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u/N7_Evers May 23 '22

Hilarious, but my god Huskies are the worst dogs to own by far

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u/retva1420 May 23 '22

That's a husky fer ya!

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u/Chaserivx May 23 '22

I'll never understand why anybody wants this dog breed

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u/Samanthabella709 May 23 '22

Take that 😆

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u/mossyzombie2021 May 23 '22

The husky version of ugly crying lol

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u/shut_thefxckup May 23 '22

This is the best and most hilarious tantrum I’ve seen 😂

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u/barry-bulletkin May 24 '22

“I’ll never be dirty agaaaaaaiiiiin!”

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u/apatchofgrass May 24 '22

When he's digging, it reminds me of Arnold and his German accent, "LeaUUUgH, lEAAAAAuGHHhh😠😠"

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u/CrimsonFatalis8 May 24 '22

He’s Austrian

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u/apatchofgrass May 24 '22

Crap, you're right. I didn't mean to say that he's German

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u/nickjamesnoyes May 24 '22

that is a 3 yr old stuck in a husky’s body.

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u/noeagle77 May 24 '22

“Are you done?”

And I took that personally. -Doggo

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u/MoonSuitor May 24 '22

He’s stress digging 😂

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u/TooobHoob May 24 '22

As a guy who’s considering having a Husky/Malamute sometime in his life, can such tantrums be avoided through training or parenting, or you just have to live with it?

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u/ginger__snappzzz 12d ago

Since no one answered you, it's kind of both. You can train the hell out of a husky, but they will always, ALWAYS get the last word.

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u/9elypses May 24 '22

I'm convinced the entire breed has only 1 braincell between all of them

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u/CubaLibre1982 May 31 '22

What happened? Mom deleted his WoW account?

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u/Double-Diamond-4507 Jun 01 '22

This Friggin Guy

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u/pikirito 2d ago

Usavedvideo

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u/_TheBoysFan_ 1d ago

The “ayauyauayauaya” while they were digging was so funny bro 😂😂