Thursday, February 11, 2010

Bichon Frise and Terrier In Snow

I was trying to get a movie of Dispatch frolicking in the snow.  Evidently it's too cold for frolicking?  Skeeter the black dog is like @ least 15 years old, she's frolicking.  She lives with us when we are home, if we aren't home she lives with my cousin.  The neighbor dogs try to live with us too?

8 comments:

mistaya's M.O.M. said...

I bet if Dispatch had legs that were a bit longer he might enjoy playing in the snow a bit more. Maybe if he watches the video a few times he would get the idea? Stay warm Dispatch! Hugs and wags, Mistaya

Josie said...

The snow is so deep here, it's up to Josie's belly and chest! So maybe that's what's going on in the video...snow shock!!! I love the "yeah..right!!" LOL! Keep at it!! Much LOVE. Woof soon!

AL said...

Hi TC, just drop by to say hello. I can't watch the video because I'm on dial-up. My wifi is a mess as well as with my computer. Say hi for me to Dis.

AL

Jo said...

Omigosh, that is the cutest, cutest, cutest thing I have ever seen. Talk about the joy of life...! :-)

Denise Taylor said...

Is there anything better than dogs playing in the snow? Even on a really cold day, its hard not to take them out to play =)

Lily Robinson said...

I think Dispatch would rather be on a nice warm lap. Sadie loves the snow, but she has a heavy-duty winter coat.

SquirrelQueen said...

Dispatch just couldn't see what all the fuss was with that cold white stuff.

When we had our only snow back in Dec, the cat decided to go outside with me while I was taking photos. The snow was about the same as yours. She walked to the middle of the yard and decided she had had enough. She meowed until I picked her up and took her back to the house. She and Dispatch would get along well together on snowy days, lol.

Kathryn said...

Dispatch is DONE. "Why would I want to stay out here where it's COLD when it's nice & warm inside??"