One of the most majestic of all dog breeds is the Siberian husky. These dogs are both highly intelligent and unique looking animals. When they are puppies these dogs are also very adorable and very smart. If you have ever been around a group of Siberian Husky Puppies, you will understand why these dogs were used for many generations as working dogs. At very young age these dogs learn what many other dog breeds take years to achieve. These animals come from a long bloodline of strong animals. While not suited for areas where the weather is very hot, these dogs can survive the harshest winters that nature can throw at them. Below is a video of a young dog that showcases just how intelligent these animals are. So make sure to take the time to watch the video.
In the video below you will see one of the puppies playing and learning as he grows. This canine loves to play with his toys but you can tell he is actually in the process of learning the entire time. As he actively engages his blue ball, you can tell he is thinking very deeply. He playfully splashes his water bowl pretending it’s a much larger source of water. You can see the gleam in his eyes as he focuses his attention towards the water. While all dogs play when they are little, this pooch shows signs of high intelligent at a very young age. Another thing that you can’t help but notice in the video is just how angelic these dog looks. His long nose and thick coat make him one adorable pet. A very slender but muscular animal you can tell that he will grow up to be a very powerful adult I’m sure the owner of this dog will have years of pleasure being around such a smart and beautiful animal.
After I watched this video I was really amazed at the beauty and charm of this animal. As he gracefully plays and learns, you get to see this fine animal in action. I would love to have one of these very special animals as a pet and you will too after watching this video. But remember they don’t do well in hot environments. So before you leave check out the video below.
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