Husky doesn't want to hear it

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2020/05/29/husky-doesnt-want-to-hear-it.html

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This seems like one of those cases where what the human thinks she’s communicating doesn’t really gibe with the dog’s perspective… Blue’s tail is wagging happily; she’s not feeling guilty or bad. She’s joining in with the nice lady in making lotsa noise together, as a pack!

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That dog is having a fantastic time rejecting her reality and substituting his own.

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The dog makes a cogent point.

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wow, that’s the noise I make when I read my Twitter feed lately

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I’ve had “discussions” with my teenagers that went roughly the same way…

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Once the owner is barking, the dog has won

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This is exactly my feeling right now. Thank you Blue!

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Needs a MAGA hat. Or a police vest. Or an “All Live Matter” shirt.

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Not to mention that the owner scolds the dog (“bad boy!”) after it shops howling. Seems like a surefire way to reinforce the howling.

Blue doesn’t care and regrets nothing.

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The dog is truly presidential.

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Or a job as White House Spokesperson.
Except I love dogs too much to wish that on any dog.

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Old school, too cool. Many thanks.

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For all its monotonous whining, that husky is 1,456,493 times smarter than Trump.

Wait a second. (Factor in Trump Constant Ct equal to… hmmm.)

Make that 11,456,493 times smarter than Trump.

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See above! :slightly_smiling_face:

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“I’m not a bad boy you a bad boy you you you!”

I was kind of hoping this would build on a previous BoingBoing post:

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Our niece is 13. I’ve noticed our youngest cat gives us the exact same expression I’ve seen the niece give her parents when they’re being “unreasonable” about … well, everything, of course. Apparently parental figures are embarrassing regardless of your species.

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