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Husky Has Been Told To Go To His Kennel, Talks Back In Plain 'English'

One of the worst things is when your children talk back to you, it is bad enough, but what makes these things even worse is when your dog learns how to talk back to you! The video below shows a brave dog who can really push back to his owner when he told him to go to his canine.

 

 

You can see in the video below that the guardian of the handsome Siberian Husky, Brian, told him to go in his house, but Brian wasn't in the mood to go, so he talks back to his owner by sounding NO! It is a clear NO.

 

 

 

Some people will say that it is a fake video, but actually it is not as Siberian Huskies is one of the most talkative breeds in the world, so they can develop their voices to speak and to learn some vocabularies.Being a talking dog will let Brian to stay wherever he wants (that comfy couch) which is a real advantage. Watch the video below to have more information.

 

 

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After around ten years in a cage and pain, Jada that dog found out that there is many things in life other the pain.

Earlier this month, she and her son were found starving and left to die confined to cages in the basement of a home in Syracuse, New York. After they were rescued, and their former owners charged with animal cruelty, caretakers atHumane CNY had planned on adopting both to a new home — but then theymade a saddening discovery.



Jada has cancer, and likely just a few months left to live.


Faced with the prospect that 9-year-old Jada's time on earth would pass without her ever knowing of any of the little pleasures life has to offer, her rescuers decided to make it their mission to show her.

So, they put together a bucket list, filled with fun activities and experiences for Jada to enjoy before she passes away — things like 'go to McDonald's,' 'ride in a fire truck' and 'be a TV star.' And now, with the help of folks in the community, she's starting to check them off on by one.


On Monday, Jada's bucket list adventure began with a trip to a North Syracuse Fire Department station. There, she donned a little firefighter's outfit and welcomed inside a firetruck.


Amid all the fun activities and the outpouring of support, the formerly mistreated dog is raising some much-needed awareness, too.

'As sad as Jada's story is we have seen an entire community come together and take notice that we have an issue with animal cruelty and neglect in Central New York,' writes Humane CNY. 'If Jada's story helps just one animal our journey becomes one of purpose!'


As time goes on, more items are likely to be added to Jada's lengthy bucket list, but the most important experience of all was fulfilled the moment the adventure began — to feel what it's like to be loved.

To learn more about Jada, and to track her bucket list progress, follow Humane CNY of Facebook.

The shelter has also started a GoFundMe page to help cover Jada's medical expenses.

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