Stubborn Husky Pleads His Defense After Destroying His Brother’s Toy

Sometimes even when you’re in the wrong, you still want to argue that you’re right. While that is a deeply annoying quality to find in humans, it would seem that it’s a bit more tolerated in animals. When one Husky took to his brother’s items and destroyed them, the dog was clearly in the wrong. He’d crossed a line and done a bad thing.

In his mind, he wasn’t wrong and therefore did not deserve punishment. And that Husky was actually quite vocal about it as well! Zeus is the stubborn pooch who chewed up his sibling Kaden’s toy – and what was quite impressive was he did it while wearing a cone and recovering from a ruptured anal gland. According to his owner, while the older dog rarely every “de-stuffs toys,” he did make an exception in this case.

And as you can see by the video, when asked what he did, Zeus simply defends himself. While we don’t speak Husky, perhaps what he was trying to convey was he was frustrated with his condition and decided to take it out on a toy that wasn’t his? Or perhaps he just had it out for Kaden that day? I guess we will never know. However, there are plenty of ways to interpret Zeus’s long-winded explanation.

Watch below and let us know what you think he’s trying to say:

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