Two years ago yesterday:
I think my legs are frozen.
And from January, 2011:
Grrr. I’m the abominable snow dog.
(I had to soak her in a tub of warm water to melt the snow.)
hello amy its dennis the vizsla dog hay luk at those!!! i hav herd of snow pants but i hav never akchooally seen them before!!! ok bye
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Oh Dennis, that really does give a new meaning to the term snow pants!
Haha. ‘Flocked’ dogs are adorable!
I have never heard that term. I bet your two get “flocked” when it snows, too.
They do indeed but it was no comparison to the sheepdogs.
haha…We wouldn’t like snow if we had that much snow stuck on us. Wer enjoyed seeing…when snow attacks!
Shoko and Kali
Love it! I should have used that as title of my post!
Ha! The day too much fur met too much snow.
Love and licks,
BOL you are one big snowball
Lily & Edward
She sure was. And for a Georgia Peach raised and living in SE TN, this was a bit of a new experience for her!
BOL Yups I’ve had the snow dog feet, legs and tummy!! It’s fun playing in the snow isn’t it new furiend? Mom bundles me up now in long johns and a winter jacket so all she has to do is peel off the outerwear and hang them over a vent. Yups the snow monster loves to get caught in our hair doesn’t he?
We wanted to thank you for visiting our blog and thank you for sharing your experience in having a blind pup. Mom and Dad are a little worried to be sure and a little sad that I’m so very young and going blind. This is life though and we’re not ones to cry over spilt milk. I’m loving life and a happy pup regardless and that’s all that matters to my folks.
Again thank you for visiting us at The Fast and The Furriest. We love new furiends and we so appreciate your kind words of encouragement.
Molly and my Mom
Yes, it is sad, but once you get past that, it will just be the norm. Freda used to jump way up into my arms. After she went blind, she just jumped a little bit lower, but never stopped. Dogs are so amazing!
You were gonna do something but got cold feet.
Bwahahaha! As usual, Kissie, you crack me up. Lexi’s Mom
Amy, Thanks for the Lexi memories, it made me smile and that’s a great start to this work week. ~hugs Margret
Somehow the comment meant for Kismet showed up under your comment. User error, I am sure.
I am glad it made you smile, Margret. I always smile when I remember this incident with my little snow dog.
What beautifur memories. It is so good that you have these photos.
Louis Dog Armstrong
I had a mobile home burn once, Louis, and the only things that mattered were my children, my dog and my pictures. I got them all out safely.
wow the snow freaks jumped on your legs… but they make not good pets… they melt away like the wicked witch before we can give them names :o)
Especially with a little help from warm water, Phenny. 🙂 (I have never heard them called snow freaks before.)
Was it fun playing in the snow?
Like most things in her life, Lexi enjoyed it to the max. 🙂
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