dog having fun in snow

Most dogs love to frolic in the cold and snow (where do you think the term powder hound comes from?).  Here are a few signs it’s time to trade in the coffee mug for a CamelBak.

10 Funny Things Dogs Do When They Are Bored and Need to go Outside (as described by the human part of the Ruff Wear Pack)

  1. If a dog lays their head on your lap and tries to blow you away with their deep sighs through their nose…
  2. If they roll a ball over to you with their nose, or drop a toy in your lap…
  3. If they bump into you, then run away, trying to engage you in a game of chase…
  4. If you come home and are missing your entire couch…
  5. If your dog has tried digging their way to China (or you’re in China and they’ve dug their way to the US)…
  6. If the mere sight of rope, twine, or a belt make them think of leash and they bark in hysteria at the sight of it…
  7. If they frolic more in their dreams than the daytime…
  8. If they actually dig up their buried bones…
  9. If the only exercise they’ve gotten is the circles they walk before laying down…
  10. If they bark at nothing…

4 thoughts

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    1. My dog only seems to do it when he goes back somewhere he hasn’t been in a while and I’m like, “where did you get that???”

  2. If they grab a squeaky toy and run from one side of the room to the other leaping into the air while obnoxiously squeaking the toy over and over. 🙂

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