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Weather terminology might have slightly different meanings for humans and Siberian Huskies. Landon demonstrates maximum snow coverage.
Humans might mean a large area of geography that has had a recent snow event. That might even refer to a certain depth of snow. But Siberian are more concerned about maximizing the enjoyment of this wonderful white stuff.
The wiggle pictured above went on and on and on as Boom Boom continued to get snow all over his furs. He flipped side to side, squirmed on his back, and buried his head. Only once he had absorbed as much snow as possible was he satisfied.
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When’s the last time the Herd had that much snow, at one time?? Hope you got video too. Love to see Landon in action!
My german shepherd dives into the snow first thing in the morning when it is still dark and makes snow angels. Brrrr.
Oh my!! Siberian snow angels for sure are the BEST!! Enjoyment to the max and a nap too! Another big smile on my face!!
There’s no better way to start the day than to make Siberian snow angels!!!
Love the snow wiggle. Going to look for snow this weekend for my girl to wiggle in. New York needs Husky snow.
I absolutely LOVE the way he BURIED himself and finally went to sleep!!! As always-my day starts with a smile!
A snow buried sibe is a happy sibe!