There are all kinds of videos showcasing "talking" dogs like huskies jabbering away, but I'm curious: In theory (in a world where dogs could have human brains) what would they physiologically be capable of saying? What syllables would be limited or impossible due to their physiology?
Huskies are phonologically incapable of forming anything (phonology is about the grammar of sound systems). They are phonetically capable of things that might vague resemble speech sounds. It is an interesting and under-studies quirk of the breed that they are closer to parrots in their vocal abilities. I believe that the differences are actually brain-based and not based on articulatory anatomy, since their anatomy is not radically different from bark-only breeds. Basically, they can produce a range of voiced vocoids, with some laryngeal and back-tongue trilling. We love to interpret their outputs as human language sounds, but most of that comes from our interpretive efforts and not what they are doing.