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Old 02-13-2014, 03:18 PM   #1
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Default sammy loves the snow!!!!

i say this without hesitation...I HATE SNOW!!! it's nice at first and grows old fast.[kinda like me...lol]

Sammy loves the snow and will run himself till he's tierd..... a 1 year old puppy. new to our family as we rescued him when friends had a baby and wanted to find good homes for their newfi and great Pyrenees.

he's an awesome guard dog who loves people.


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narrow is the place to land...wide is the space to crash....choose the narrow way!
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Our Rottweiler loves snow too, she gallops like a horse in it. I hate snow though, absolutely no joy in it. We just had a foot of snow in the city, and with a 7 foot high snow bank on our yard, shovelling the snow off the driveway is not easy.
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I can't get mine inside during the winter. Funny watching them have a sleep on a snow pile at -25.
They spend the summer in the cool metal bathtub or laying on top of the central air vents.
Perfectly designed for winter weather, no heat escapes the double coat on a husky.
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