Snow hiking — 26 Comments

  1. You can try Musher’s Secret salve (or I recently heard regular old petroleum jelly may work) on Torrey’s feet before you go and you shouldn’t get snowballs sticking to them. Boots don’t work for Chester and Gretel so that is what I use.

    Where are you guys heading to this time?
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  2. Hey Roxy, Hey Torrey, Jet here. Hi Miss Mary.

    Love your photos… as tropical K9s, we’re clueless on the white stuff. Torrey looks to be in her element (VBP). Roxy, love your coat… Travel safe.

    Wishing you a happy, healthy and abundant new year.
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  3. She’s cute!! And smart. If our greyhounds got snow packed in their feet, they’d just stand and wait to be rescued … or maybe that’s actually smarter! We do refer to ourselves as their servants, and yeah, they seem to expect it. It’s what they’re used to, after all, as racing dogs.

    Looks like a great place to walk, and for the dogs to have fun. We didn’t get any snow – we’re on the edge of the fens in England and snow is quite rare here. Winter is usually wet and misty with arctic blasts of wind that nearly take you off your feet!
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  4. I would have chased after those turkeys! We get LOADS of snow where I live in Canada. Right now it’s super cold outside (minus 17) but it feels colder because of the wind chill. So I don’t like being outside for long if we’re just hanging in the back garden. Usually I like running around in the snow. You guys look like you had lots of fun.
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