Annoyed husky can't stop howling


#1

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#2

I’m singing this note 'cause it fits in well
With the chords you’re howling
I can’t pretend there’s any meaning here
Or in the things I’m saying

But I’m in tune.

Right in tune.

I’m in tune.

And I’m gonna tune
Right in on you.


#3

Remember the “I wuv you, mommy” Husky video several years ago? Sky said it, too. The face of the black and white Springer at the end was priceless!


#4

You tell us the video is annoying, and then dare us to press play? What is this, some kind of Milgram experiment?


#5

I remember the time I was in my backyard with my old dog and a fire truck siren could be heard in the distance. He started howling, but the look on his face was “I have no idea why I’m doing this”.


#6

I was thinking the same thing. As someone who lives next door to three Jack Russells, I’m on the verge of insanity with yappy/barky/howly dogs right now. I wouldn’t even care if they can say, “sausages”.


#7

Sadie clearly whispered something shocking into the husky’s ear before all the trouble started. Bad Sadie.


#8

I think what we see here is an illustration of a feedback loop. And also the attitudes of different breeds. At the end the Springers are contrite. The Husky simply says, “I have better things to do than acknowledge you.”


#9

In my experience huskies are also very “talky” dogs as well. It might be true, but it’s probably just a biased sample. But every husky I’ve met is significantly more vocal than most breeds. Or maybe all dogs vocalize as much as huskies, but they do it at a pitch we humans don’t pay attention to or notice as much.


#10

My suspicion is that the spaniels enjoy howling, but keep forgetting how to do it, so they ask the husky to start.


#11

Ringtone!


#12

I’m pretty sure that big guy is a Malamute. I raised three of them. There are some similarity’s, but each is unique.


#13

Is the odd ‘warbling’ a compression artifact or something, or is the husky craftily using frequency modulation to transmit some sort of nefarious dog-signal?


#14

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