It’s a pretty common occurrence — dogs rendering your precious possessions useless.

This is especially true for pet dogs whose masters neglect to engage them in any physical activity.

If left alone for far too long, the more playful ones will create their own distractions. And the Dogs distractions are likely to end with one or two of your gorgeous handbags or shoes being used as a plaything.

What you don’t see every day is a dog making a lot of fuss because one of HIS things was damaged.

Who would have thought we’d see the day when the situations would be reversed, and we’re not the ones freaking out because of something they chewed on?

Well, that’s precisely what this Siberian Husky, K’eyush “Talk Back” The Stunt Dog, was having a heated discussion with his mom about.

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Apparently, his beanbag somehow ended up being torn open, leaving the contents either exposed or falling out.

The culprit? None other than the resident mouthpiece himself, though he seems to be in denial about it — at least, according to the subtitles. Perhaps he tampered with his mom’s video editing program.

Anyway, they seemed happy to keep arguing, and when his mom asked who had done it.

K’eyush didn’t miss a beat and answered, “You!” He said that several times, probably so that his mom won’t ever forget.

His mom was happy to play along at first; then she set him straight by making it clear that it was, in fact, his doing.

Naturally, the contents of the beanbag had to be stored temporarily into a second bag so that the damage can be remedied.

K’eyush tried to interrupt the process, for which he was told off by his mom. He then opted to stay on the side while he pouted.

It wasn’t even a few minutes after the beanbag had been drained that he started biting on it again. While his mom was asking him if he’d learned his lesson already.

Ah, well. It is what it is. Can’t live with them, can’t live without them.

Source: K’eyush The Stunt Dog via YouTube



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