Huskies are known for a lot of attributes, such as their cold-weather tolerance, skills in pulling a sled, and companionship. However, old dogs can still learn new tricks, especially when playtime is on the line.
Teddy is a large Husky, and his family just got a new Golden Retriever named Buddy. The two pups are the best of friends, but their human parents thought Buddy might need a breather from the big dog.
Teddy believes they thought wrong. His parents tried to separate the dogs by having two zones in their backyard, which are separated by a gate. However, Teddy taught himself how to overcome that gate: by jumping.
In this short video, Teddy easily jumps over the gate several times. Each time he is so excited to see the puppy. He doesn’t want to be separated from Buddy.
Though the humans keep trying to let Buddy have some room to play by himself, Teddy is not on board. Each time he hops the gate, he jumps a little higher, showing he’s ready to do this all day.
However, Buddy doesn’t seem upset by Buddy’s presence. The puppy stays super close to Teddy as the Husky tries to chase him, but he ends up looking like he’s chasing his own tail.
The large Husky bounces around, just like a puppy as he and Teddy play in the backyard. Now that Teddy knows how to get over the fence, it seems like a lost cause to put him behind the gate. Who’d want to keep these besties apart anyway?