Snow Dog.


From rq, whose dog is having a grand time in the snow, click for full size!

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© rq, all rights reserved.

I couldn’t help be reminded of my Cachet, who loved a snow romp, that was second only to swimming:

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© C. Ford.

Comments

  1. Ice Swimmer says

    Somebody’s really enjoying themselves and putting their double fur (right?) in full use. I’m wondering if rolling in the snow will clean the fur.

  2. rq says

    Cachet so cute! And awfully similar, ours has white patches in the same areas but smaller.

    Giliell
    Yup, she’s certainly grown! Though we’re starting to think the name ‘Ronja’ was entirely too appropriate…

    Ice Swimmer
    Is double fur what you call it? It’s more like a thick wool undercoat, she didn’t feel the minuses (judging from her attitude), and they were quite low!

  3. Onamission5 says

    Woolybeast dogs! Love.

    Our old girl is a bit too stiff and creaky to frolic in the snow much any more, but she was still delighted yesterday to simply lie in it, nap, and occasionally wake up to announce that there might be movement in them thar patch of trees behind the house. The puppy, on the other hand-- first snow is an absolute delight. He was hilarious, super excited to find his Kong that somebody buried beneath all that weird and wonderful fluff, so excited in fact that he promptly tossed it in the air and lost it all over again. Eight times.

  4. Ice Swimmer says

    rq @ 3

    Double coat is the term for what I meant. That is, both woolly undercoat and coarse topcoat.

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