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Whether it’s on their noses or on their paws, those powdery flakes look good on dogs – and even a cat
By People Staff
Posted on January 24, 2011 at 10:00pm EDT
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It’s like a milk mustache, only less embarrassing and much cuter!
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“Every time it snows, she goes nuts!” says Lin Hallemann of her pooch. “She will inevitably put her entire face into the snow and try to eat it.”
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How adorable is this? Baillie “loves the flowers in my flower bed,” says Donna Eusay, “and even when she saw snow for the first time in her life, she still wanted to smell the flowers.”
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Our pal Munchie is looking very explorer-like in his winter gear!
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This talented retriever has built an impressive snowman, don’t you think?
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Well, she looks dressed for the weather, at least.
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Miss Stella went a little crazy with the self-duster snow spray.
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“This picture shows you how he adapts to snow,” says Susie Foth of her dog Kodi. “He grows snowballs all over his body while playing!”
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You couldn’t miss those pretty blue eyes under an avalanche.
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Testing for purity – one moment, please …
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Tastes pretty good over here …
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“He was the only one of us that didn’t sink into the snow drifts,” writes Mark Scott Goldstein (MarkScott). No wonder he’s smiling – everyone else is falling down!
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The snow does start to feel cold on the skin after a while, even for a dog like Casper.
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First time in the snow, and no worse for the wear. A little cuter, in fact, if we do say so.
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This happy snow bug loves the white stuff so much she has to get dragged back inside, says Sabrina Snyder (BoandGinger24).
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Surrender! Mercy! No more snowball fight!
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Look at his ears go!
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Making it through a snow tunnel in New York City? As long as it’s not the Lincoln Tunnel, anything is possible.