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Snow dogs: How to enjoy the snow as much as your pooch

Islanders are still digging themselves out after the recent snowfall. But it's not all bad news. Learn how to make the most of the white stuff from some local pooches.

Island dogs have lots of creative ways to enjoy the winter weather

Sydney the dog loves the snow, says Andree Campbell. (Submitted by Andree Campbell)

Islanders are still digging themselves out after the recent snowfall.

But it's not all bad news. Learn how to make the most of the white stuff from some local pooches.

1. Stick your face in it

Abby is also a big fan of the white stuff. (Submitted by Jen MacDonald)
'Loves it, all six pounds of her,' writes Patricia Fougere. (Submitted by Patricia Fougere)
Dawn Wilson's Izzy loves the snow. (Submitted by Dawn Wilson)
...as does Tucker. (Submitted by Dawn Wilson)

2. Roll in it

'This sums it up nicely, I think. Her favorite thing is jumping for the snow we throw as we shovel,' writes Erin Carr. (Submitted by Erin Carr)

3. Chase snowballs

Bandit likes to catch snowballs. (Submitted by Amy Beth)
Gilbert makes his move on a snowball. (Submitted by Colleen Ford)

4. Climb it

Darwin likes to climb the snow banks. (Submitted by Rachelle Rach Arsenault)

5. Get cozy inside

'This is how Lily feels. She hates the cold but does love to eat the snow,' writes Jessica Doucette. (Submitted by Jessica Doucette)

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