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They say a picture is worth a thousand words.

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playing in the snow

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13th Jan 2009, 04:18  

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akp says:

What a cutie. She acts just like a puppy in the snow.

13th Jan 2009, 04:22

OCD Sprocket says:

second shot is a classic "doggy reaction to the snow" pose

13th Jan 2009, 06:10

Jane Doe says:

Bottom one is beautiful, love the soft charcoaly texture, like an illustration in a kid's book

13th Jan 2009, 08:53

JokerXL says:

Watch out Tori there's a wolf down there in the snow!
I wouldn't go out for a while if I were you.

Lovely

13th Jan 2009, 10:49

silar31 says:

Aw, hi Indy! Gorgeous girl. Nice to see someone is enjoying winter! Is London having a ball being in a husky's natural element too?

13th Jan 2009, 12:56

Geodyne says:

Just.....aaaaaw.

*melt*

13th Jan 2009, 13:16

Tori says:

London is having a great time. I was never worried about him. I was really worried about the move where Indy was concerned though, because she has always hated wet weather and her arthritis is fairly serious now (she'll turn 14 this year).

She does hate it when the snow gets melty and wet, but it is so cold it doesn't get wet very often right now.

13th Jan 2009, 15:31

silar31 says:

Poor old girl, I wondered how she was dealing with the cold environment. I have finally found glucosamine for JB, Authority brand senior treats. They are a bit expensive but after 3 weeks of 2 per day she is markedly less stiff in the morning.

13th Jan 2009, 23:25

Tori says:

I give them both glucosamine as well, and it does help. She also gets some aspirin.

13th Jan 2009, 23:37

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