Does your newsfeed have you feeling blue? Well, we have the perfect solution to distract you for a moment and get your heart feeling all warm and fuzzy once more: adorable pictures of pooches enjoying the snow.
It’s important to keep your companion animals active all winter long, so be sure to check out some of these simple tips to help everyone stay comfortable and safe when you venture out into the cold.
Now, let’s get to the dogs!
A photo posted by @rhompie on Nov 2, 2015 at 5:52pm PST
“WHAT IS THIS STRANGE MAGIC?”
A photo posted by @alecsibley on Mar 1, 2015 at 9:37am PST
That natural, wind-blown look.
A photo posted by B&B Town (@bentley_and_boston) on Mar 14, 2015 at 8:49am PDT
A photo posted by Fetch No Fetch (@fetch_no_fetch) on Mar 12, 2015 at 4:05pm PDT
It’s all about air time.
A photo posted by Patti Waddell (@beardieboyz) on Mar 11, 2015 at 5:08am PDT
Dog … or majestic Arctic dragon?
A photo posted by Nicholas Cook (@nicholascookesq) on Mar 5, 2015 at 8:33am PST
“Let it go, let it goooooooooooo!”
The longer the tongue, the more snowflakes you can catch.
A photo posted by Rene (@rene513) on Feb 22, 2015 at 11:57am PST
This dog is every kid on a snow day.
A photo posted by Abbie Girl (@abbiesurfs) on Jan 3, 2014 at 2:08pm PST
“That was fun and all, but now let’s go snuggle and warm back up, plz.”
For some dogs, however, winter is an inescapably cold and harsh reality.
While the dogs pictured here were likely ushered into a warm home shortly after their winter adventure in the snow, not every dog is so lucky. Some face the bitter cold without even a permanent structure to protect them from the elements. Their water bowls and blankets (if they even have any) freeze. They may even be tethered by a short chain that prevents them from getting out of a snow drift or into a dry place, however inadequate.
You can be an “angel” for a cold dog this winter.
When you sponsor the construction of a doghouse, you’ll be making a big difference in the life of a neglected “outdoor dog.” PETA delivers doghouses and straw bedding to dogs with inadequate shelter, and your gift can help us do it.