Tearin’ Up the Snow

Petal and her cousin, Penny, have been having fun tearing up the snow this winter.
While I have fun photographing it.

Or, at least, I have fun trying to capture their craziness.
I’m not always fast enough.


snowfunWM5Running from the Penny Beast while also bracing herself just incase she doesn’t make it out in time.

snowfunWM2The Penny Beast glides upon the snow. You better run faster than fast, Petal!

snowfunWM6Have you ever tried to tango in the snow?

snowfunWM3A couple of goofs.

snowfunWM4One happy dog.
This dog is addicted to snow. She would play out in the snow 257 times a day if it were up to her.

Who else has snow? Does your dog (or cat, perhaps) love it or hate it?
For those of you who don’t have snow currently/don’t get snow, has your dog ever seen snow? How did they react?

4 thoughts on “Tearin’ Up the Snow

  1. Teach LOVES the snow and while its snowing he wants in and out to check it out. His favorite thing is to sniff EVERY foot track in it … be it human or animal. So it takes a while to make it all the way around our yard. We don’t currently have much snow (just a dusting) but it would be nice to get some for a white Christmas next week.
    ~Rebecca & Teach

    • Petal is the same way! She begs to go out many times a day when it’s snowing, haha.
      LOL! I would imagine that would take quite some time, silly Teach. I hope you guys get some snow in time for Christmas!

  2. Yep, my collie and retriever both love to sniff and taste the snow. The retriever likes to just be outside in it – the collie does not mind it if she wants to be outside, but she needs a purpose. The retriever will just lay in it and enjoy the view. The snow we had is virtually gone….who knows if we will have more ??!!

    • Aww, your retriever sounds like my Lassie. He loved to lay in the snow and enjoy the view, once he was finished playing in it and snacking on it.

      Also, to answer your question on my previous post, the camera I use is a Canon EOS Rebel and it’s oldddd, but a great camera. Sometimes I use my iPad Mini, but those pictures are horrid (unless outside where the lighting is really great, then they’re okay), so it’s only used to capture those moments I really don’t want to miss out on when I don’t have my regular camera handy. I use to take a lot of pictures with my iPhone 4, which actually takes decent pictures in the right light. However I shattered the screen last month. Oops.

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