When you have kids, at some point they'll start to talk back to you. You'll ask them to do something such as wash the dishes or clean their rooms, and suddenly you'll find your children are telling you they don't want to. Or maybe they'll ask why they have to do chores. Either way, they'll challenge your authority.
One of the benefits of having pets is that they usually listen. A well-trained dog will get down off the couch, lie down or sit at your request – most of the time. Unless you happen to have a certain Siberian Husky named Brian, who's learned how to talk back to his dad.
Brian knows the command for "Go in your house," so when his dad tells him to do this simple task, he assumes Brian will simply get off the couch and comply. But Brian has other ideas. Instead, he wags his tail, looks as innocent as possible and begins to talk back.
It's clear Brian knows just what his dad is asking and he feels he doesn't have to do what he says. Siberian Huskies are naturally a talkative breed, but Brian takes things to the next level. Just take a look at how he's learned to talk back to his dad.