20 Pictures of Dogs Running in the Snow

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Many Northerners have a love/hate relationship with snow; it arrives early in the winter, leaves late in the spring, and makes landscapes beautiful and treacherous at the same time. Many animals seem to share this love and hatred of snow. Dogs, for example, will bound through the snow with almost ridiculous enthusiasm, but they do eventually want to come indoors again to warm up. It’s best to grab your camera before their joy and energy runs out.

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Hard at Play by Werwin15

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Sometimes you just have to shut your eyes and run by Steve Walker

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Bella by Bryce Bradford

Alex Snowscape by Andrew Morrell

Alex Snowscape by Andrew Morrell

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Passo del Lupo by Roberto Ferrari

Running huskies

Running huskies by Tambako The Jaguar

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Running through the cold snow by Aivaras Čiurlionis

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Eyk in action by niki385434

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2010 Iditarod – very determined dogs by Frank Kovalchek

Dog Running in the Snow

Dog Running in the Snow by Rennett Stowe

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A dog is running home by Aivaras Čiurlionis

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‘Rosemary’s Second Snow’ 30 Days of Rosemary by PhotKing ♛

Dog Prancing in the snow

Prancing in the snow by Chris

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Running dog in snow by Hanna Gustafsson

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Dog by David Nagy

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Asta running throw the snow // Asta im Schnee by Dominic Hallau

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Jee, lunta! by smerikal

Snow Beagle

Snow Beagle by Marco Bellucci

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snowdogs by Andrew Morrell

Black Puppy on White Snow

Black Puppy on White Snow by Olgierd Rudak

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