no means no, even for dogs

This Husky is very clear about not going into his kennel. His persistent vocalization makes me think about Juno when he was first adopted. We placed Juno in his crate every night and each night he would cry and cry because he wanted to sleep in the same room with us and not be confined alone. After a few weeks of this struggle and sleeplessness, Juno somehow broke out of his locked crate. That was the last night our little Houdini pup ever slept in the crate. Sometimes we need to listen to our pets, especially when they say “no”. I am still dying from watching the video.