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When it comes to snow Hollie has zero common sense.... we must have at least one foot out there already and counting - probably somewhere between 10-12 inches and she speeds out there jumps over the snow banks and gets stuck. I even dug them a path in the backyard but no - she's just got to go deeper....I swear I think that girl is going to get leashed for the remainder of this blizzard :mad: If we actually get the 3 feet that they say I'll never find her..... :huh: She is never allowed to watch the weather reports on TV ever again! I did manage to take a stranded photo.... I'll have to post it as soon as the camera and I thaw....... HA!

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Yep we're stranded....

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Hollie Edelbrock & Brystal Sonoma
Chris, Stacy and Little Noah
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Just talked to my Brother In Law in Littleton and he said it is getting pretty bad!! Hope you stocked up on dog food and treats to ride out the storm! :D

All creatures great and small, the Lord God, He made them all!

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I miss snow! I have not seen more than a dusting since I moved from New England to Old England! :D

When I lived in Connecticut my backyard was fenced for the dogs - I had two German Shepherds, a Cairn and a (big) Yorkie. When the snow got real deep I'd shovel a mazelike path in the backyard - basically a narrow path that interconnected a various points. Zoe (my Cairn) would amuse herself by zooming around the path and dive bombing my old, arthritic German Shepherd, Sasha. It was especially funny when I'd hear a sharp yelp after Zoe got a bit too overconfident and Sasha managed to nail her as Zoe zoomed past :devil: No harm done though, Sasha was very gentle and very, very patient.

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my dogs love the little bit of snow that we've gotten so far....she sure looks cute out in the snow though!

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Dogs' lives are too short. Their only fault, really." - Carlotta Monterey O'Neill

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Cairnmania...what part of CT did you live in? I'm in the Litchfield Hills and so far we haven't seen even a flake this year. :( My Cairns love the snow as do I.

Goforette...I have a sister in Boulder...should I ask her to send me some of the white stuff for Christmas? Mother Nature is a definate alpha!

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My brother lives in Denver and has a Bernese Mountain Dog. I guess this is really the weather for "Berners" and St. Bernards! Stay safe, you guys-

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