It’s no surprise that Siberian Huskies are very vocal dogs; and by vocal, I don’t mean barking. Huskies are known to howl, and there are plenty of videos across social media of huskies “talking.”
Huskies were originally bred to pull sleds and live together in packs, so they are very vocal because they had to communicate throughout their work.
This same trait is the very reason one Husky was able to reunite with his family.
A group of teenagers found the Husky, who looked malnourished and weak, in a field outside of Beersheba, Israel.
They brought the dog to the Israeli police who took him in and gave him first aid. Then they realized that this dog matched the description of a Husky who had been reported missing out of the same city.
They contacted the dog’s potential owners, who told police that they knew the perfect way to confirm that this was their missing pup.
The owners told the police to play the theme song from the dog’s favorite TV show, “Shemesh.” If he began to sing along, it was, without a doubt, their beloved pet.
Once the officers start playing the song, the Husky instantly perks up and begins howling along. The owner, and police, knew right away that this was the missing Husky!
His owner then rushed to the police station to reunite with his furry best friend!