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Do Tell: Is Snow a Snack to Your Dogs?

I can barely get my lil guy to walk in snow, and I'm sure he wouldn't be tricked into thinking it was a tasty snack. However, he hasn't seen snow for several years, and I've never tried to trick him into eating it, so maybe I'm giving his taste buds more credit than they actually deserve? After all, some pups like licking or chomping cubes, so I'm wondering if the ice lovers out there would also sample the white, fluffy stuff?

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Monique-Marie427757 Monique-Marie427757 6 years
My one dog loves to eat snow while the other one does not.
deanna024 deanna024 6 years
Glad I'm not the only one who noticed this! Our adopted cairn terrier, Penny, can't walk 2 steps outside without crunching on snow. It drives my hubby nuts when we try to walk her. I view it as she's chowing down on her version of ice cream.
moonlissa moonlissa 6 years
No actual snow in New Orleans. We do have snoballs in the summer (think sno cones, but very fine shaved ice). When I get one I always get Sadie Grace one with no syrup. She will stick her whole face in the ice to eat it. I would love to see her lose her mind in a whole field of the stuff!
cs cs 6 years
Not a major snack, just a curious lick.
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