There are a lot of things that are worth trying to change in your life, and I wouldn’t recommend just giving into anything that it felt difficult to get out of, but dogs in the snow season is just something you cannot fight. Sorry, bud. Might as well enjoy it while it lasts! RUN, DOGGIES! RUN AND JUMP! (Via reddit.)

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  1. When we were kids, my brother and I would go out right after a heavy snowfall and shuffle the snow away with our feet to make channels so our dog, who wasn’t tiny but had really short legs (she was kind of shaped like a basset hound) could get around out there, because she’d get very anxious if she couldn’t make her usual rounds around the perimeter of our house. You’d look outside and just see a fluffy black tail moving back and forth.

  2. Over Christmas I went snowshoeing for the first time in my life, but the snow was so soft and fluffy that I was knee-deep every time I took a step. My sister (who snowshoes at least once a week) was like, “This is terrible!” and we were both sweating and puffing just from having to lift our legs up six inches every time we took a step. So I get these dogs. And I hope they took a nap afterward like I did.

    • Yowza. I’m going snowshoeing next weekend for the first time in my life and I hope my experience is not the same as yours. We will definitely be taking naps afterward.

      • According to my sister, it gets better once the snow gets packed down a little, so maybe since it’s later in the season, it’ll be better. It was very peaceful and beautiful, though.

  3. ♫ We had joy, we had fun, we had puppies in the sun snow ♫

  4. This is too many dogs in one place for me, it looks scary.

  5. Oh man MY KINGDOM for a newfoundland hound. LOOGADITSHFASHE!

  6. I’m not a theologian but I’m pretty sure this is what heaven looks like.

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