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Cop Calls This Guy To Inform Him That His Husky Is Sitting On The Roof Of His House, Provides Hilarious Evidence
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Cop Calls This Guy To Inform Him That His Husky Is Sitting On The Roof Of His House, Provides Hilarious Evidence

Remember the two puppers who set out to investigate the woof of their house? Well, it looks like word of their adventure is spreading. Earlier this month, one very good girl decided to do the same and pull the ‘husky on roof’ stunt.

Cheryl Ramsay from Prince Edward Island, Canada, was cleaning the house and left the bedroom window open to let in some of that beautiful fresh air. The woman went on with her day and forgot about this little detail. However, Cheryl and her family were reminded of it when the police phoned her husband to inform him that a Husky dog is chilling on their roof.

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Image credits: Cheryl Ramsay

Image credits: Cheryl Ramsay

Image credits: Cheryl Ramsay

“Her name is Nala and she is 17 months old,” Cheryl introduced her adorable dog to Bored Panda. “She is loving and very smart. I would describe her personality as playful, jealous, needy… She does not like being left alone. She is like a person and a goldfish, one second she wants out, then in, out, and in.”

Image credits: Cheryl Ramsay

Just before receiving the unexpected call, Cheryl was at the gas station and her husband Paul was running an errand for work. “He could not believe the police officer when he was being told about the ‘dog on roof’ situation,” she said.

But the man did get to see it with his own eyes. “Right before Paul got home, there were the police officer and some bystanders standing around, and our silly dog just jumped back into the window.”

Image credits: Cheryl Ramsay

Even though Siberian huskies are friendly and intelligent, these northern dogs are somewhat independent and stubborn. According to Michele Weltonover, a dog breed advisor of 35 years, they’re really athletic, agile, and light on their feet. Combine these characteristics with the love these funny dogs have for the great outdoors and such a stunt — as surprising as it is — definitely feels like something they could think of.

Nala already has the reputation of a little escape artist. “She chewed 7 retractable leashes and 3 seatbelts in our vehicles,” Cheryl added. “She knows what she wants and she finds a way to get it.” I wonder what tricks this one funny husky is planning now!

Image credits: Paul Buchanan

Here’s what people said about Nala’s little adventure

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Matt Kennedy
Community Member
2 years ago

Yeah... that sounds about right for a husky.

Sherry Rhea Goodwin
Community Member
2 years ago

I have a 7 year old Siberian Husky. We rescued him at 4 years old. I have no idea why anyone would abandon him. He has the sweetest disposition of any dog I've had in my 52 years. He's fully house trained and obedient. He's quiet and only barks if a stranger is near. But, poor boy was terrified of brooms and loud noises. I won't say who we rescued him from. But, I was told the woman of the house would beat him with a broom if he dared to play with her other dog's toys. It took some doing.....lots of love and attention, and talking softly to him as I sweep. But, he slowly became less and less afraid of the broom. Today, he knows his mama loves him and am NOT going to hit him. But, when I get to his spot, he gets up and moves a few feet away... allowing me to sleep where he was laying. He stands on his hind legs and literally hugs me if I have to go out of town.....even just for one night. Yet, the former owner said he's NOT an affectionate dog. My Husky is home furever! And very loved.

Spikey Bunny
Community Member
2 years ago

You may not need to hear this but I want to say: On behalf of your poor abused husky, Thank You for being the wonderful and patient human your dog needed and deserves!!!!! May you have many wonderful and loving years together.

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glowworm2
Community Member
2 years ago

This made me smile. Hopefully, Nala's family will remember to close the windows the next time they go out to do errands. Although, knowing Nala, she'll probably find another way to get out there.

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Matt Kennedy
Community Member
2 years ago

Yeah... that sounds about right for a husky.

Sherry Rhea Goodwin
Community Member
2 years ago

I have a 7 year old Siberian Husky. We rescued him at 4 years old. I have no idea why anyone would abandon him. He has the sweetest disposition of any dog I've had in my 52 years. He's fully house trained and obedient. He's quiet and only barks if a stranger is near. But, poor boy was terrified of brooms and loud noises. I won't say who we rescued him from. But, I was told the woman of the house would beat him with a broom if he dared to play with her other dog's toys. It took some doing.....lots of love and attention, and talking softly to him as I sweep. But, he slowly became less and less afraid of the broom. Today, he knows his mama loves him and am NOT going to hit him. But, when I get to his spot, he gets up and moves a few feet away... allowing me to sleep where he was laying. He stands on his hind legs and literally hugs me if I have to go out of town.....even just for one night. Yet, the former owner said he's NOT an affectionate dog. My Husky is home furever! And very loved.

Spikey Bunny
Community Member
2 years ago

You may not need to hear this but I want to say: On behalf of your poor abused husky, Thank You for being the wonderful and patient human your dog needed and deserves!!!!! May you have many wonderful and loving years together.

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glowworm2
Community Member
2 years ago

This made me smile. Hopefully, Nala's family will remember to close the windows the next time they go out to do errands. Although, knowing Nala, she'll probably find another way to get out there.

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