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Today we dwell deep into science to explain the causes of Siberian Selective Deafness as demonstrated by our model, Little Prince Typhoon Phooey.
Selective Deafness affects a number of canine breeds but none quite as severely as Siberian Huskies, thus the specific diagnosis of Siberian Selective Deafness. This acute disorder occurs most often when the dog is having fun and the human wishes to reduce the pleasure the canine is having. At those moments, the dog simply can not hear a single command from the human.
Certain sounds, however, pierce the deafness easily. Say the opening of a treat jar. Unwrapping of a slice of cheese. Or the jingling of car keys.
As demonstrated by our model, the cause of the issue has been detected. At the most inopportune times, the Siberian Husky simply loses its ears. They can’t be found. They disappear. They only regrow when it benefits the Siberian Husky.
Next, we will explore the causes of Siberian Selective Blindness.
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