Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Snow Feet

The fur on Charlie's feet really picks up the snow. Great globs of it!

16 comments:

Cubby said...

That's better than poopy-foot!

Sherman said...

Hope mom dosn't catch you tracking it through the house.

sydney said...

duuuude my feet were so cold I had to stop in the middle of the road to get the snow globs out, needless to say mom was not impressed about just ploping down in the middle of the road..... but she did help to get them out....
I do like the snow! to bad I couldn't get to the doggie park and play with all the other dogs in the snow!, mom wouldn't take me...mmmpphh!

macgoogle said...

Hey Charlie - what's that white stuff on your feet? Is that snow? I have never seen snow. The only snow we get here in NSW is in a National Park and dogs aren't allowed... which sucks - it's not like I am going to eat the wildlife or anything... I will get my hoomans to keep looking.

Love and Licks,
Texas (and his humans).

Buster the Wired Fox Terror said...

So is that little Barbie snow cones?

Bussie Kissies
Buster

Ivy said...

i totally unnerstand wut sydney is talking about... wen i play in the snow i get lots of it stuck between my pads and it is soooo cold that i haf to roll over on my back and put my feets in the air until my peepol come to rescue me!

i gess my peepol got tired of that so they got me little snow booties. i hate wearing them but they do keep the snow out. brrrrr!

Opy - the Original GruffPuppy said...

Please send some of that snow stuff our way Charlie....we are melting !

Love
Opy

Sunshade said...

I get them tooooo except mine are way bigger and heavier because of my curls. Mum has to put me in the bathtub and melt them with warm water. See... I always end up in the bathtub, even when I can't get dirty.

Love nibbles,
Miss Sunshade

Günter said...

Hi Charlie!!

I have the same problem, so my mum or dad trim my paws to avoid the snow to stick. It helps a lot, but not 100%..

It's good to see that other doggies around the world having fun in the snow!!!

Love

Günter

Butchy & Snickers said...

Hey Charlie,
We get snow toes too. Mama did trim the hair on Snickers feet so her's aren't quite as bad as mine, but I need my fur trimmed too. We also have booties, but when the snow is this deep, if they would fall off, Mama wouldn't be able to find them until spring, hehehe. Have fun in the snow!
Luv & Wirey Hugs!
Butchy & Snickers

Tin Tin Blogdog said...

I would love a roll in the snow.

Never seen the stuff.

So it mustn't exist.

Chow for now,

Tin Tin xo

Fu Fu said...

Woh Charlie, you got cool feet. :)
Can you bring some snow to Singapore?

~ fufu

Charlie The Big Dog said...

COOL!

I wish it snowed here.

C'Bux

macgoogle said...

Hey Charlie! This tip arrived in Dad's inbox this week (from DogAge tip of the week):

No matter how much fur Fido is wearing on his body, his feet have little protection from winter's chill. Here's how to spare his feet from the deep freeze.

Keep the hair on your pooch's feet trimmed short to discourage ice from clinging to them and making painful little frozen nuggets between his toes. And before going out, coat his paws with a small bit of something greasy that will stick to the pads, like petroleum jelly or a spray of cooking oil. When you return, wipe his feet, especially if your streets or sidewalks are salted. Or make winter walks even easier -- for both of you -- with insulated, slip-proof doggie booties.

Thought it might help,
Love and Licks,
Texas (and his humans).

ChaCha & Yuki said...

snow is that white thing on ur legs? hmmm i wonder how it feels like....nvr experienced snow before...probably nvr will since its hot here all year round:(

Jake said...

I get snow in my feet too. It feels awful! I ask to come in so that I can clean them off and warm them up, then I want to go back out and play some more. Before long I'm back inside again.