This is not one of those dogs that craps in the house because of a little cold dew on the ground.
A thick, double coat and a body without exaggeration, and it’s an all terrain model.
I like a dog that looks like a dog, and it goes without saying that it better be a smart one, too.
Through selective breeding we can shape dog muscle and bone, but in a lot of ways, we’ve selected for terrible structure in the name of vanity.
If a dog can’t enjoy a good run in the snow, it’s really missing out on one of the greatest features of being a dog.
As we all know, dogs have a hard time ridding themselves of heat, but when they get to run in the snow, it’s like they are getting a constant cooling splash with every galloping stride.
Which makes them run harder than they normally would.
The cooling effect of the snow splashing up on their bodies gives them just that little edge they need to go wild in the snow cover.
It is truly a beautiful thing to observe.