Oh, I know this all too well. I have a 7-month-old husky who is all things crazy. He is a sweet and loving dog but he's got a mischievous side to him. Recently, l left him home alone and let him roam while I went down to my apartment pool. About 30 minutes later I came back and he had grabbed a bag of tortilla chips off the counter, ripped open the bag and there were tiny tortilla chips crunched into the floor every where. On top of that, he had broken a bowl that was on the counter and chewed up a pillow. Awww, the joys of having a puppy.
But what my dog did holds no candle to what this husky did. A family left their husky home alone for three hours while they went to a movie. The dog was left to roam freely as he had done many times before. At some point, while the husky roamed, he came across a jar of ink and decided to dip his paws in it.
Clearly, the family had no idea their husky was an artist or they would have left him some paper to paint on. But who are we kidding, he would have used up the paper in minutes and moved onto the linoleum floor.
Judging by the pictures this pooch decided to paint the entire house with his paws. He did not stop "painting" the entire time his owners were away. The dog's owner posted these photos on Imgur said that the ink was a “traditional ink for Chinese calligraphy practice” that is “100% bio and non-toxic to dog or human.” But, there was one place he did not touch or stop because he clearly had been told not to go there and the evidence is too funny. Check this out below...
The bed. The dog had clearly been told a time or two not to get on the bed and stopped himself dead in his tracks before he left the evidence all over the sheets. These pictures had me cracking up but I know if this had been my dog it would have been a different story.
Note to self - don't buy any ink and leave it in the house if you have a husky or something like this is bound to happen. This made me laugh, oh the joys of having a Husky. If you have a husky, I wish you the best of luck. Ha!
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