“Aww, Mom, five more minutes!” Parents are familiar hearing their children beg for more sleep. Many adults hit the snooze button (more than once) to catch more Z’s before heading to work! It can be a struggle to find the motivation to get out of bed in the morning, especially when you were just having the best dream! There are tricks to helping you get up, like putting your clock on the other side of the room, and you have to get up to turn off the alarm! Maybe you could send in this dog, Max, he seems to know how to get his friend up! A few little pokes with the cold nose outta do it! No, that didn’t work. Then it looks like he just gives up!
Take a look at this hilarious moment when a pet Husky gives tries to give his owner the cutest wake-up call by running around the bed. Of course, whoever wakes up first has the right to wake up the other, he is the boss of the morning. This adorable dog goes bonkers and decides that his owner has had enough sleep. Why setting up an alarm clock when there is a dog running freely around the house? Max is making huge leaps, making sure there is no place on the bed where he hasn’t trampled on. No matter how sleepy and grumpy Max’s owner may feel, he still can’t get angry at his pet. However, Max didn’t get to end up his waking up mission since his owner is much more resolved that he wants his sleep and wants to doze off longer than Max thinks is necessary.
After one more attempt, his human waves him off and this doggo decides it’s time to give up his call. When there is nothing else left to do, Max finds his spot in the bed, lies down next to his friend and it takes some moments before he calms down entirely. The free-spirited Siberian Husky is usually good-natured with everyone. He is playful, athletic, agile, and light on his feet. He loves the great outdoors and requires vigorous exercise, especially in cool weather. He should be taken running, hiking, and/or biking every day, always on-leash, for he is independent and born to run. If something catches his interest and he is off-leash, he’ll be gone. Most Siberian Huskies are sociable with other dogs, but he has a very high prey drive and may destroy cats if not raised with them. Siberians should not be kept around rabbits, ferrets, or birds. Fencing must be high and secure, for he can be an escape artist, and once loose, he may run deer and molest livestock.