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We Siberian Huskies are known for many delinquent traits including our incredible escape abilities, but we can use those for forced entry too.
Roscoe and Typhoon, the thick as thieves brothers, were out in the yard while Hu-Dad was relaxing on the deck. They wanted to come inside but discovered the gate was locked. Was Hu-Dad attempting to enjoy a little peace and quiet without them?
Don’t worry, Hu-Dad, we wouldn’t want you to suffer in all of that solitude when we could provide company. And, trust us, no gate has ever stopped a determined Siberian Husky.
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“Incredible escape abilities” is SO TRUE. Each of our 3 huskies had a different escape talent…all challenging to their humans and involving physical labor to discourage.
Yes-NO GATE ever made will stop a determined husky PLUS the boys were worried about their Hu-Dad being LONELY!! Such loving sibes-lol
Silly humans need gates…even putting one in HEAVEN :0
Such nice boys- keeping a close watch on their Hu-Dad !!