Dog Goes Completely Bonkers When He Loses His Snowball In The Snow

Our dogs love a good game of fetch. It makes them so incredibly happy. And as dog owners, we know just how fun it can be to play with our pups. They get so excited to play with balls, no matter what kind of ball it is.

If our dogs don’t have a preference as to what kind of balls they play with, it would stand to reason that you could play with snowballs and they would be quite happy. 

And that is exactly what one dog owner discovered when outside with their dog. Snow is one of those things that gets dogs excited. As much as we love to play in the snow, are dogs love it that much more. 

So, when one golden pup was out enjoying the snow with his owner, his owner thought it would be funny to make him a ball entirely out of snow. This was fine with the dog who was only thrilled to be chasing a ball. 

Unfortunately for the pup, catching a snow ball was not like catching any other ball since it disappeared as soon as it hit the ground with the other snow. Still, the little pooch was determined to find where it went, and was doggedly sniffing around the ground trying to find a trace of it.

You can watch his snowball pursuit in the video below:

How many of you dog owners who live in a snowy region have done this to your dogs before?

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