Loyal, mischievous, and outgoing, three adjectives that describe the Siberian Husky. And these memes, crafted by the powers that be on the internet, showcase the Husky in all his amazing glory. You'll laugh, you'll shake your head in feverous agreement, and you'll certainly enjoy the fun of these adorable doggos.
Check out 26 of the very best Siberian Husky memes the internet has to offer.
When you have a dog, especially a puppy, you know that silence can be very suspicious. Unless your pup is sleeping, silence might as well mean chaos, or trouble. This is particularly true for Husky owners, since Huskies are known for their mischievous nature. Watch out and if you suddenly don't hear a thing and don't see your dog, you better go find 'em!
Ever shake the food bag to get your dog's attention? Guilty. Or, do you open something that sounds similar to the food bag, and your dog comes running? That's happened to us, as well. If there's one thing we know, it's that many dogs are food motivated and love nothing more than eating. So if they think they hear food, they're there in a heartbeat, and are not happy to find no food in their dish. It's like someone yelling "pizza" or "cake" but there's no pizza or cake. You'd be displeased too.
What on Earth was this Husky doing to make that face? Major props to the photographer though, for getting the dog at this perfect, silly moment. And even more props to the person who "memed" this photo, because it's hilarious. This doggo looks exactly like he wasn't ready for the picture...and then he ends up the kid with the school photo that looks completely ridiculous. It's okay pupper, we think you're absolutely adorable, whether you were ready for the snapshot or not.
Look out! Not only are dogs taking over the internet on the internet, but now they are using it! This Husky is on the hunt for the perfect "Happy Birthday meme" and let's hope he finds it. He has lots of options to choose from, that's for sure. Can you imagine, though, if dogs could use computers? We'd be in trouble. First they steal our hearts, then our computers...what's next?!
This is one breed you wouldn't want to be chasing because boy, they can run! Huskies were bred as endurance sled dogs, so they have the power, energy, and speed to spare. This particular Husky is "on the run from the police," probably because he committed the crime of "being too adorable" or "stealing some of the cat's food." He may have been caught red-handed, but once he's on the run, he'll be difficult to actually catch.
Somebody is happy, somebody is not. We don't think you'll need any guesses to figure out which is which. The Husky on the left is looking pretty and poised, just like someone who wants to take a million pictures on vacation and is camera ready. The one on the right, however, is sick of all this nonsense. He just wants to sit and enjoy himself and needless to say, he's a little annoyed. And can you blame him? With a beautiful location like the one in this picture, relaxation seems like the best option to us.
Isn't it heartbreaking to go to work during the week and leave your dog behind? It's even harder when they look at you like this (worse when they're dressed so appropriately for work). It's a hard reality all of us dog owners have to live with...unless you're lucky enough to work in a dog-friendly office. But then, when you come home, you get to have the greatest feeling of all when your dog is so excited to see you. It's a beautiful thing.
Ah, the Husky. So majestic, elegant, and beautiful. Unless you happen to capture the moment where these two are romping around the yard like crazy doggos. This photographer just happened to capture the moment where this pair of Huskies looks absolutely spastic. It's pretty amazing. These two are running so fast and crazed, with one perhaps jumping (or falling) over the other, it's hard to tell where one dog ends and the other begins!
Did you say food? Did you say it? A dog knows food when he hears it, sees it, or smells it. He doesn't mess around. And can you blame him? Food is great...which is why we love to share it with our dogs. Be careful though, not all human foods are safe! Learn more about which ones are and which are not, here.
And if you're in an argument with your Husky, he probably will get the last word. Huskies are known for being particularly vocal and the way they "talk" is unmistakable. They're also pretty great at howling. And after you lose the argument, they'll apparently make fun of you too. Silly Huskies!
Uh oh! You thought you were working hard on training your dog...but while you've been sleeping your dog has been brushing up on his training skills. To train you, that is. Who knows when or how this doggo learned how to read, but he sure looks like he knows what he's doing. He'll have you sitting and staying in no time.
Serious Husky is serious. When it comes to his owner, this dog does not take matters lightly. He will protect you...especially if it's from birds, squirrels, or flying frisbees. And if another dog wants your attention, forget about it. This Husky will make sure you don't have to face those horrors. He will make sure all your attention is focused on him. It's his job as your dog, after all.
Huskies have a ton of energy and they love being able to run around outside. While they're natives of cold weather, they're more than happy to romp and play in any kind of weather: warm, cold, and everything in between. If you have a Husky, you know they're always going, going, going. Sometimes we wish we could have the energy of one of these doggos!
Every dog owner can relate to this one. Whether your dog is a Husky, Pomeranian, or Australian Shepherd, you know the feeling of his wet nose, or paw, or bark waking you up in the morning to let you know he needs to go outside. If you have a Husky, it's more likely that your dog can reach you on your bed and use his paw or nose to get your attention. And if he's not waking you up because he needs to go out, it's because he's hungry. So get your lazy self out of bed, your dog needs ya!
This Husky doesn't need any human to tell him he's a good boy...he already knows it! Look at that attitude. He's cool, handsome, and a very good boy indeed. Even if your dog already knows how good he or she is, maybe you want to show him just how much you love him. Check out our tips to do just that, here.
Why focus on the landscape when you could have a beautiful picture of this Husky? He certainly looks picture perfect. Or, he could be sneezing. Regardless, we still think it's a great picture. And we're sure the landscape is really nice as well. Huskies are a great breed to explore various landscapes with; they love to work and have everlasting energy to go hiking with you!
Looks like this Husky found the best hiding spot around! She blends right in with these adorable Husky slippers. She may not be a hunting dog, but she very clearly is a master of camouflage. Now, all she has to do is learn to play hide and seek. She's definitely got the hiding part down!
You gotta do everything you can to get the perfect shot, even when you're a dog. Make sure your human is well-trained and knows how to make the shot look artsy and candid. All you have to do is be your great dog-self and not look directly at the camera. You have to work that side profile, and of course, make sure it's your good side. And then, boom, you've got just the right picture to share on social media.
"Nah, I really don't feel like walking right now." --This Husky. Why doesn't she want to walk? Who knows! But we do know that it's going to be difficult to convince this stubborn doggo to do something she doesn't want to. She'd rather lay on the floor and that is that; her face says it all.
"WHAT?! The ball was in your hand the whole time? You hid it behind your back instead of throwing it? This is total insanity. How can I ever trust you again? Oh, you're going to throw it, actually throw it, okay I'm going, I'm gonna get it!"
This is a hard fact that all puppies have to learn. And as an owner, it's something you want your puppy to learn quickly, with a little help from you, of course. Housetraining a puppy isn't always easy...and no one wants little surprises left for them all over the house. They learn though, it just takes some pups longer than others!
This Husky is all of us when we're feeling lazy, just don't want to do anything, and get lucky enough for our friends to cancel plans. And when the plans are cancelled, we act disappointed, like we were all ready to go. In reality though, we're lying on the couch, just like this doggo, probably in our pajamas binge watching Netflix. Oh well. More time to cuddle with our pups.
While they're born pack dogs who love their families, Huskies are rather indifferent guard dogs. They'll sleep through a burglary or a masked killer, but when it comes to cheese wrappers or the food bag, they'll wake up instantly. Forget dealing with danger and as much as they love you, food is the most important thing in life. Can you blame 'em?
Even dogs like this Husky pup know the Monday struggle. After the fun and relaxation of the weekend, sleeping in, playing with your pup, seeing family and friends, going into work on Monday morning is the last thing you want to do. Getting up out of bed is way harder on Monday than any other day of the week, that's for sure. Lucky for pups, they spend a good majority of their day sleeping. We're jealous!
And yet another Husky who we can relate to on a spiritual level. Just like this graduating pupper, we kind of have some idea what we're doing. Sort of. We're not sure anyone ever feels like they've totally got everything under control...but when you first graduate, you definitely have this feeling. All of the sudden you're a real adult, you have a degree, and yet, you're not quite sure that you really know what's up. We wonder if dogs feel the same way when they graduate from training programs? Hmmm...
Why is it that dogs love getting so dirty? They love playing in mud, rolling in grass, really doing anything that involves getting all messy. And then we have to give them a bath...which not all dogs love. It seems as soon as you give them a bath, they're dirty again, and the cycle repeats itself. But what are you going to do? Play on doggos!