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We Siberian Huskies are susceptible to a terrible disease that affects our ability to respond to commands at certain times – Siberian Deafness.
The disease is an intermittent one. For example, let’s say the Hu-Dad is calling us to come inside because he has errands to run. We might have a hard time hearing his calls. We don’t mean to be obstinate; we just can’t react to his requests.
Some people suggest that we Siberian Huskies are willful and struggle with obeying commands. The reality is that we are perfectly willing to do whatever the human asks . . . if only we could hear them. A warm spring day seems to most interfere with our hearing ability.
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