Sheep Dog Loves To Repeatedly Slide Down The Icy Hill

All dogs know how to have fun. They’re naturally joyful beings, and they know how to get into the spirit of enjoying their time. And one Maremma/Pyrenees sheepdog knew just how to enjoy the last of the snow. Snow is a primarily winter occurrence. And it’s something that is entirely enjoyable for all of us. But dogs are especially big on having fun in the snow. We’ve all heard of fun in the sun, but this pooch gives it a different take with some fun in the snow.

 With the last of the snow starting to melt, the happy pooch was out and about with his owner. That is when the dog decided to get into some fun. He may not have had a sled, but he was more than happy to just have fun in the snow and began sliding down the side of the hill on his back. 

Once he made it down the side of the hill, he decided that he wanted to do it again. And back again he went – there was no stopping him! The pooch was having way too much fun. The video was so adorable to watch since the happy pup had a big smile on his face as he took on the last of the snow fun. 

This is the kind of joy that we should all strive to embody – it makes life much more fun.

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