The video shows Dakota, a beautiful husky puppy who is being encouraged by her owner (using dog treats) to go down the stairs. At the time of the video, Dakota was still a few weeks old and was afraid to go down the stairs. The owner did several attempts to convince the husky puppy to get the dog food but in the end the husky puppy decided to give up and do something else.
When training your puppy no matter what breed they are, it is important to be very patient. Just like Dakota, puppies are nervous of experiences which are unfamiliar to them. Huskies are difficult to train because they are pack dogs with a hierarchical order of leadership and, therefore can be stubborn, strong-willed, and independent.
If you are an owner of a Husky, it is important to be confident and strong-willed in order to establish obedience in your dog. Huskies will only respect or listen to commands coming from an “alpha.” Never treat them as an equal because they only follow leaders.
Sometimes huskies become aggressive in an attempt to establish leadership by biting, posturing, or engaging in violent behaviors. If your dog is acting like this, demonstrating your dominance as the “alpha” is imperative to curbing this behavior. You should be the one who eats first, enter doorways before your dog or making your Husky to move out of the way. In other words, show your pup that you are the leader all the time.