Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas Everyone!

Someone pointed out this store surveillance video of a Siberian Husky that walked into a food and drug store, sniffed some kids, and went directly to the dog food aisle, where he took a rawhide bone. As he was leaving, the manager saw him and said "Drop it.", and like a true Siberian, this guy took off running, the automatic doors opened, and he was gone!

Video Courtesy of
It's a Christmas Miracle!
I hope all of my friends are having a wonderful Christmas, winter solstice, Happy Festivus (for the rest of us), or just a great day!


  1. How about Happy HOWLidays!

    Wasn't this just the Sibeiest and khoolest trikhk!

    Hugz&Khysses to woo and your peeps,
    Khyra and Her Mom

  2. I hope all the exposure on TV and the blogs will help that guy get HOME!!!
    Merry Christmas, Indy!

  3. That sibe knows how to have a cool yule!
    (Now GO HOME, sweetie!)

    Merry Christmas ho-ho-ho!
    Star & Jack a-roo

  4. Merry Christmas Indy! And to your mum and dad too.

    Huffle Mawson, Honorary Husky and Explorer Cat

  5. We swear that the entire Herd has alibis!

  6. Wooo! Merry Christmas to woo Indy! And that video was too khool!

  7. Merry Christmas Indy!

    Steve and Kat

  8. Heeheehee. Indy, are you taking notes? We likes the beef flavored ones.

    Gus and Waldo

  9. I think the Kapp pack should look inside there house and make sure Meadow isn't missing. It's kind of fuzzy but man, that's who I would guess it was.


  10. A furry smart pup, but what else could we expect from a fellow sibe?

    Merry Belated Christmas and Happy New Year.

    Woos, the OP Pack

  11. Oh yeah, when we saw that vid we HAD to put it on our blog. That guy is our hero!!

    WOOO woo rar rar rar,
    Kayla and Maebe

  12. Hooray for the husky! That is one clever dog. We're just surprised he stopped at ONE bone: if it were Ari, should would have taken a pallet of cat food instead.

  13. Woo there Indy~
    Hmmm....I think your day care should schedule a field trip to this know ,kind of like those little human bipeds getting to go to the ice cream factory.
    Your pal,

  14. We're late, but happy new year!

  15. What a good doggie...

  16. Wow! INDY
    that’s amazing, I just saw the video, assaulting a store! Now I can say that I saw a Husky in action at the city.
    I also have a Siberian Husky that when she propose is something super specific, have a great spirit of courage and independence, this dogs have more survival skills that I know.
    You know that before, when they were pets of the nomadic tribes of Siberia, during the summer they left at liberty to be fed by himself and collected in the winter to pull the sledges and got the change to fresh meat. The truth is that I feel sometimes they become selfish when a piece of food enters the to the equation.
    My dog responds to any indication I sais if I provided a prize, food, if not she is stubborn as a donkey and sometimes is very difficult to make she obey.
    These dogs are never left starving, they are very cunning, you saw the video, how to get quality food in a new way.
    And I take this comment to know if I'm the only one who has a killer dog or they are more, what happens if your 4 old years dog has killed everything that moves, insects, 4 mice, 2 rats, a pigeon and a cat. Never eat them; they were crushed as simply because there aren’t even traces of blood in most cases. What do you think? I say it is something natural in this type of dog, but it worries me to be somewhat contagious disease.
    I hope you can answer me and thanks for your news, really fun.