Farley’s Friday: A Wheaten Meets Snow

Farley here,

The snow’s a-comin! British Columbia is turning into a Wheaten Terrier paradise.

 

BC Snow

Running in the snow is awesome. I never overheat and I can eat the stuff if I get thirsty.

Farley and Snow

Snowballs stick to my fur is not so awesome. What’s a dog to do?

Farley Snowball

 

 

I mean literally what’s a dog to do?

Anyone have any idea how to get this stuff off my nose?  I’d really like some advice, and please don’t say stop rubbing my nose in the snow. I’m having too  much fun, and there is now way I can control the urge. I keep telling Kristina is an instinct. She’ll believe anything I woof at her, but it’s really about playing.

 

Woof Woof

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3 thoughts on “Farley’s Friday: A Wheaten Meets Snow

  1. Stick your nose into your water bowl and it will melt the snow. When you come indoors stick your feet into a small pail of warm water to melt the ice balls fom between your toes or wear boots.

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