Thinking Process Of A Siberian Husky

Hu-Dad often stares at all of us and wonders what exactly is the thinking process of a Siberian Husky. Let’s explore that idea for just a few minutes.

I wonder if a rabbit will come inside the fence.

I wonder if a rabbit will come inside the fence.

We often appear to be deep in thought as we sit and study our surroundings. Are we solving complicated equations? Pondering current events? Questioning the meaning of life?

I wonder if that is dinner I smell.

I wonder if that is dinner I smell.

Or, maybe, as Hu-Dad suspects, we are simply thinking about food.

I wonder if Hu-Dad plans to put down that camera and go get my dinner.

I wonder if Hu-Dad plans to put down that camera and go get my dinner.

5 Comments

  1. Dave Lukosik in Little Switzerland on April 17, 2017 at 5:36 pm

    Sorry, have not been keeping up with the “Thundering Herd” for awhile. Never a dull moment with huskies except when they are sleeping! Yes, mine all have those “Boomerang” tags on their collars(HowlingDogAlaska from Ivana). Before you know it the “fur will be flying” in huskyland!

  2. All Things Collie on April 17, 2017 at 8:12 am

    Food…squirrels…food…naps….food….walks….cookies….dinner….chase…food

    That is usually what’s on the collies minds.

    • KJ Pierson on April 17, 2017 at 9:10 am

      Left out Poop and pee 😛

  3. Lori on April 17, 2017 at 7:46 am

    I totally understand that the thought process of a Sibe is a complex system of introspection! And they look so cute doing it!!

  4. Mom 'n Ebby on April 17, 2017 at 5:41 am

    Mom sez: I think that last photo about says it all. After all, supper time is about the most important time there is — well, except for going for long walks, at least. Or, for Ebby, it’s “do you want to go for a ride in the van?”

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