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#1 wag65

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Posted 03 September 2017 - 10:14 AM

Looking forward to another winter with our snow dog.....Anyone else out there with a pup who loves BOTH the snow and water?1014696_10202911448204589_2087084940_o.jpg 1048578_10202911474565248_1986895978_o.jpg 1496006_10202911493165713_1518361079_o.jpg 1537586_10202911480965408_841109237_o.jpg 1040301_10202911476805304_423609835_o.jpg 1501632_10202911434244240_1790586082_o.jpg



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Posted 06 September 2017 - 04:26 AM

YES!!! Wyot came to us in December, and the ensuing months, all he knew was the white stuff...he LOVED surfing the snow porpoise like, digging down deep with his nose, and chasing snowballs. I'm really looking forward to this winter with him! Beautiful pics, by the way.... 



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Posted 06 September 2017 - 05:06 AM

Willow LOVES snow. She only likes water if it's a creek she can run through. Wet grass or deep water is not okay.


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Posted 06 September 2017 - 01:22 PM

Nakoma LOVES the snow and the ocean; he'll even go in the ocean (against my wishes) when it is snowing out, and his fur will eventually freeze (like our hair freezes when we go out in the cold).  He hates when the temperature is above 70, (He's definitely my dog), but he doesn't mind the warm/hot temps when he can go in the ocean as he pleases.  






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