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Dachshund Through the Snow

I thought today's snowy weather was going to make all my dogs want to stay cozy inside. I was so wrong.

The snowfall was too fun to play in, and I had to bring in a few dogs for a warm bath after playtime because they were starting to get packed snow on their fur! Fred also got a touch-up to his poodle-face haircut. It was beautiful to watch the snowfall, and the kids and dogs having fun, but I am still ready for Spring.

I have a couple of projects I want to get done as soon as we can get some project-compatible weather. Until then I am sipping on my hot cocoa while my mittens dry out.


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