18 thoughts on “Snow Spaniel 2

  1. OMG!!!!! I had no idea a dog could get all snow-balled up like that – poor Rosie!

    My very sensible feline studio-assistants don’t go in for prancing around in the snow for fun. They’re tucked up snug and warm in their baskets – and won’t stir a whisker until it’s one minute to supper time :-)

    Celia
    x

  2. That is hilarious (is it wrong to laugh as poor Rosie’s predicament?). I have never seen that happen before! She does look rather bemused in the second photo – poor thing.

  3. Aww poor little thing. She looks so upset and uncertain in the second picture. I didn’t realise they’d get such round globs of snow stuck to them. How are the pups coping – do they still want to go for a walk, or having to be dragged out?

  4. Celia – Yeah… See I’m not a cat person but I DO see the appeal occasionally. :)

    Ricki – They don’t live near each other so don’t have the opportunity to eat the snow off one another. Though even if they were closer, Rosie wouldn’t let Marco near her!

    Antonia – Laugh away. She loves the snow! Just not the effect…

    Elaine – She had a great time getting in that state though. AND she’d be back out there in a second. :)

    Deb – Not sure how my brother tackled it but I found a lukewarm shower for Marco very effective.

    Megan – Don’t! She loves the snow. Even if she does need to be defrosted.

    Kathryn – They both love being out in the snow. Turning into snow monsters is a small price to pay. :)

  5. Looks as though she’s wearing a puffball jumper – the kind well-meaning aunts and grandmothers knit which, in fact, embarrass the wearer immeasurably.

    Happy weekend, Wendy!

  6. Poor Rosie is turning into a poodle! Actually talking about poodles, this used to happen to my dog – Peppy. He never minded, there was too much fun to be had.

  7. She looks like a haute couture pooch! Our cats don’t like the snow on their tummies which makes them pretty entertaining to watch outside at the moment.

  8. That’s impressive. We just spent a week in the snow here in California and our dog didn’t get balled up nearly that badly. Of course, the snow was entirely of the *extremely* airy and fluffy powder type.

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