Siberian Husky Playing In A Pile Of Leaves Will Make You So Excited For Fall

Guess what? Fall is here! This Siberian husky is ecstatic about a big ole pile of autumn leaves, and his bliss cannot be contained!

Butch expresses exactly how we all feel when we see those crunchies, so let's live vicariously through him. OK? OK.

Unlike other huskies, autumn is the favorite season for this Husky. It really enjoys being around fallen leaves. But it also enjoys being in huge piles of leaves not just being around them. It dives in them and makes a fast run around the yard. Another great day for this little Husky.

The Siberian Husky was originally developed by the Chukchi people of northeastern Siberia as an endurance sled dog. They were also used to herd reindeer. In 1909, the first large numbers of these Chukchi dogs were brought to Alaska to compete in the long-distance All-Alaska Sweepstakes races, and the Alaskan dog drivers quickly recognized the ability of these small, compact dogs from Siberia.


Responses to "Siberian Husky Plays In A Huge Pile Of Leaves "

  1. Fili says:

    He sure loves playing in the piles of leaves. Thank you for sharing this video.

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