It’s been a pretty green winter for us so far this year, and that’s suited Her Royal Pugness just fine, but we got a big old dump of snow the other day, and I simply couldn’t resist going for a walk in all of the wintery gorgeousness.
Alas, when one has two pugs who pretty much have opposite personalities, the term “walk” takes on an entirely new meaning.
Thank goodness they’re small beasts, ’cause I was not in the mood (nor will I ever be) to be drawn and quartered, thank you very much.
Roxy had no issues diving through snowbanks, exploring buried smells and generally romping in the gorgeous winter wonderland.
Lola Pug, however, had slightly different feelings….
I guess, for some creatures, no amount of fashionable cold weather gear can make up for the fact that it is … you know … winter.
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In Lola’s defence (which I feel I should take since I laughed at her on the lap of Santa), 45 cm of snow is rather much for a tiny, delicate Pug like her. Her poor belly will get frozen and she’ll have snow over her beautiful face! She’s not a rugged, arctic dog like my Jinx and Sophie.
Although the frosted face looks beautiful on her.
Mama just doesn’t understand, Cat! Although she *does* lift me over the grosser parts of the snow. Still. I should be in my cozy bed all winter!
I’m with you on this one, Lola Pug!
Mama is clearly INSANE!
Yup Mum totally understands the walking challenges TWO pugs can creates. I like a nice leisurely stroll in my stroller while Sam races down the street at full speed. Hard for Mum to push me and walk him. The snow is pretty but my stroller doesn’t wheel so good in it and I am glad the snows is all gone now.
Do you have studded tires for your stroller, Winston? I can hardly wait to meet your new bro in person. As long as he’s a gentleman, of course.
Snow can be seen on video tape in the comfort of one’s own home. Nuff said!
I’m coming to live with you, Gampy. You get me!
Poor Lola. That snow stuff stinks. We just experienced it on our trip, along with ridiculously low temperatures. It can be dangerous! Tallulah actually cut her paws on the crusty snow. We utterly sympathize from the comfort of our warm home where you are always welcome.