The Snow Dog

I laugh every time I see a meme or a post saying “keep your dogs inside during the cold weather”. For most dogs, I completely, whole heartedly agree. However, if you have snow dogs like I do, the colder the better for them. They LOVE the cold, snowy weather. Malamutes and Huskies, as well as Saint Bernards and Bernese Mountain dogs in particular, all have a double coat of fur, and they were made for the extreme cold weather.

Juneau was thoroughly enjoying herself in the snow and did NOT want to come in at all. It was just a perfect day for her. She couldn’t understand why I didn’t want to join her outside.

Eventually she did come in, but you can tell she wasn’t too happy about it. Vinnie was quite comfortable just lying on the floor, next to the door, where he could see all that snow, but he wasn’t about to move. Besides, Mommy was cooking. There might be goodies that fall on the floor and he would volunteer to clean them all up. He’s such a good boy. πŸ™‚

Make the most out of every day. Live life to the fullest and take it all in stride.

Author: ajeanneinthekitchen

I have worked in the restaurant and catering industry for over 35 years. I attended 2 culinary schools in Southern California, and have a degree in culinary arts from the Southern California School of Culinary Arts, as well as a few other degrees in other areas. I love to cook and I love to feed people.

19 thoughts on “The Snow Dog”

  1. That is so true! My Samoyed used to LOVE the cold and snow. While we were inside keeping ourselves warm, he would just ask to go outside and be in the cold. That changed a bit when he got older, though. In April 2022 he passed away at the age of 14. I miss him so much!

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