Denny was born in February, and we've got him at the end of April, so there was no snow left for him to explore. But as all our dogs do, he LOVES it! I wish I could upload the videos we've made over the last week, of Maggie and the boys, but it's just not working. Anybody knows what could be the problem? I've checked, the videos are not too big, and not too long for flickr to be uploaded there. It just stops at 99% and after that it "processes" until I stop it. Sigh.
Anyway, here are a few photos of the boys yesterday afternoon, enjoying the snow.
It's hard to keep ones face out of the white fluffiness!
My pretty boy! He's been a bit grumpy these days. He acts like all shoveled snow belongs to him, and him alone. He jumps right into the snow flying from my shovel, and growls at Denny if he wants to get in on the fun.
Sitting still is REALLY hard!
See how Happy's chest is a little pinkish? That's from Denny's saliva, where he grabs Happy when they play (fight). Happy just grabs Denny's fat roll around his neck, and since he's brown already, one can not see discoloration, and he does not seem to mind, he's got a neck like a bull.
Are you going to throw the ball or what?
Happy found a tennis ball, which had another one frozen to it.
Meanwhile, little Miss Maggie has a bladder infection, as we'd suspected. David went to the Vet with her yesterday. She was just peeing too much, even for a puppy, and her pee was too yellow. Even with her being cold, and small, she enjoys jumping into snow heaps, as long as you keep her warm afterwards, it's fine. She's even harder to photograph then the boys.
Poor camera, desperately trying to focus on the white fluff ball. Well, at least her chest hairs are in focus. Just in case you are wondering, she is pure White Shepherd, and her ears are starting to stand up, a little bit more each day.
I better get a spot cleared of snow for her to pee....