SP Kennel is a premier sled dog racing kennel in Two Rivers, Alaska, dedicated to the individual dog through excellent health, nutrition, training and specialized care.

Monday, October 6, 2014

Snow!


At least 7 inches of fresh snow by Monday morning!


Dingle enjoys the snow.(Look at the pups in the background.)


Four happy puppies: Ernie, Five, Ginger and Rodney. Scooby was off chasing his tail!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Awesome!

Snow, beautiful snow!!! Thanks so much for the perfect pix of what's up!

Dingle has a wistful smile as he stands poised for winter as four of the the FIVE are amazed at their first look at a significant amount of whatever you call that white stuff...

marilyn cozzens said...

Dingle knows what snow indicates--a sled! Pups ( or dogs that haven't seen snow) are so comical when they first experience the "white fluffy stuff". How have the yearlings reacted to sled pulling in the snow? May this be the start of lots of snow this season. Thanks for the update.

Linda Toth said...

Good pups - already focused on that human taking the photo!

Anonymous said...

Nobody should ever lose that sense of wonderment - whether about seeing snow for the first time or believing in some fine sayings, such as this quote from Orwell (Animal Farm):

"All animals are equal but some are more equal than others..."

That goes for "more equal" loved and cared for 4-legged members of SP Kennel, for sure!

--Margaret

Lourdes, VT said...

Oh, those pups are precious! So curious and happy campers! And, last but not least, Mr. Dingle is as usual, beautiful beyond words!!!
Happy snow to all of you!!! :) :) :)

Nessmuk said...

The first snow is always a magical time, especially for the pups who have never seen the stuff before!! Wishing you all many more inches (or feet!) and a polar vortex that stays where it ought to this season!! Great pics!!

Anonymous said...

Ditto on polar vortex activity!!!

Fay Wenger said...

Every time snow takes me back to my childhood in Idaho- I made a "sled" which took both the dog and I to pull it...good thing there was no passenger!