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Top 3 Misbehaving Animals Of The Week

Meet three pets who made headlines this week for being on their worst behavior, including a dog who turned off his owner's annoying alarm clock.
Posted at 3:48 PM, Jan 17, 2014

​Several animals made headlines this week for being on their worst behavior. Here are our top three misbehaving animals of the week:

Our No. 3 pick is a stubborn husky named Blaze. His owner tells him to go to his kennel several times, and Blaze makes it crystal clear that he'd really rather not by actually telling him "no." (Via USA Today)

"Time to go to your kennel."

"Kennel time."


"Let's go. Come on."


"Kennel time, please."


"Come on."


"Kennel time."

"NO." (Via YouTube / JohnVentresco)

The video of the 11-month-old husky was published to YouTube on the 5th of January and already has more than 4 million views but has still been making headlines all week. (Via The Huffington Post)

Our second pick of the week involves a naughty boxer named Kermit that was clearly very annoyed by his owner's alarm clock. (Via New York Daily News)

"He turns off his alarm. Now that is a snooze. That is a serious snooze. Ah, there you go, Kermit. Thank you." (Via ABC)

Hopefully Kermit's owner has moved that alarm clock so he can make it to work on time.

And our top misbehaving animal of the week? That title goes to a dog named Lucy. Why? Because she was caught stealing chicken nuggets. You see her drag a chair over to the counter, and then ... (Via KXTV)

"She jumps up there, she actually gets into the oven, into the chicken nuggets there. So her owner set up this secret camera. Obviously the dog didn't know it." (Via KRIV)

Looks like the pup was caught red-pawed! What a smart — we mean naughty — dog. (Via WJBK)

Tune in next week for more top-three picks!