Black Labrador Has The Best Time Body Sliding In The Snow

If you grew up in an area where it snowed in winter then you probably remember spending hours as a child rolling around in the show – especially if it involved a hill. As kids, rolling down hills was a pretty entertaining passage of time while playing outdoors. What made it that much more fun was obviously snow in the wintertime. 

But kids aren’t the only ones who know how to have fun outdoors in the snow. Our dogs also can get down come wintertime. In fact, one adorable video showed off a black Lab having the time of his life sliding down a snowy hill. 

Rafi is the dog in the video who shows off his awesome techniques for enjoying the snow. And the best part is, this pooch doesn’t need a sled or tube or anything else. He’s got it down to a science where he just uses his body to propel himself over the white snow.

Clearly, he’s enjoying himself quite a bit. In the video, you can watch him as he comes back up after sliding down. He repeats it over and over again, delighted by all the fun he’s having in the snow. In the video, his owners are heard laughing and telling him to “do it again Raf.” The dog is more than happy to oblige to his owner’s encouragement. 

Rafi looks absolutely silly flopping around in the snow with his legs and tail wriggling about. But looks don’t matter when you’re having the time of your life playing in the snow. Watch the endless fun that he’s having in the video below:

How many other dog owners are looking forward to winter again? Do your dogs like to play in the snow like this? Let us know!

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