Saturday, December 11, 2010

For Dawn and her little cotton ball doggie! Actually, for all you dog-lovers! Steve, mom and dad, texwisgirl, Nancy, Judy, Canyongirl... and I'm sure the list goes on!



Sledding over at the old shooting range, this is who we saw ... and immediately loved. His owner says he just accumulates snow on his fur like balls, and that in an effort to get them off he rubs his little snout ever deeper into the snow only to have it freeze on in thicker layers and annoy him no end!

A happy Saturday!






14 comments:

Dawn said...

OH Hahahahhhahhhah! Oh HOW CUTE!
The Abominable Snow Puppy:))))
Love it!!!!

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

Too cute!! He really is a snow ball.

Nancy said...

We had a papillion terrier mix when I was growing up that got those snow globs on her hind quarters when a wet snow fell. I swear my dad threatened to shave her every winter!

Poor little pup! He has no idea how many people all over the world will eww and ahh over his plight. :)

Linda said...

That's fantastic! Hope you loved sledding :)

Judy said...

He is too cute!!!!

texwisgirl said...

Poor little ice ball! What a cutie! I bet he's just full of energy. I know you and your kids would have loved to snatch him up and take him home to thaw. Dang Russian allergies... :)

BTW, no spate of duplicated comments on my blog from you so it must just be a glitch in accepting your thoughts these days!

Out on the prairie said...

My dog gets it bad, must be because all their heat is close to the ground. i have to chip it away, and have towels in the car for her.

Hey, to make that soup get some Matzo meal and make the dumplings in some good chicken soup.

Ola said...

cute!!!

Meg said...

Aww, poor little guy! That's adorable!

Randy said...

A Snowpup! A great vision to start the weekend with. Have a wonderful day!

Canyon Girl said...

A snowball dog! How adorable, thanks for sharing.--Inger

Mom and Dad White said...

Oh, I could fall in love with that little pup. You know how I love my own little "girls". their hair is too short to get snow balls on and they never want to stay outside in the snow - too cold for them. But oh the joy that comes with our Katie and Dakota. Thanks for sharing this Alli.

Pam said...

This cute little puppy looks a lot like my Crissy girl, She is a Bichon Frise we adopted 8 months ago. She is a special part of our family now and has won our hearts.. we love each other unconditionally.

Hugs,
Pam

Country Mouse Studio said...

so cute, a snowpuppy instead of snowman.