Snow Pup Adventures

Saturday, February 6th, 2010

Part 1: Daisy loses the ball.

Part 2: Daisy forgets about the ball.

Part 3: Screw you. I finally found it, I’m not giving it back so you can just throw it again.

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14 Responses to “Snow Pup Adventures”

  1. #1 |  Sky | 

    Ummm…It’s 75 degrees here and I have the AC on. You can keep your snow. :)

  2. #2 |  Les | 

    Mr. Balko, your love of justice and freedom is matched only by the awesomeness of your dogs.

  3. #3 |  Max | 

    Your dogs make me wish mine were here in VA. Im crying on the inside :(

  4. #4 |  mlktoast | 

    “It appears the yards wolves has grown up. Are we finally finshed with the colds dead winters?”
    -Skwisgaar Skwigelf

  5. #5 |  Dave Krueger | 

    Holy crap. That’s a lot of snow.

  6. #6 |  Mattocracy | 

    +1 for the Metalocalypse reference.

  7. #7 |  Mike H | 

    Hope you guys stocked up on the hot chocolate and mini-marshmallows. Snow days are the best.

    Also, there was a background beep in the second video that reminded me to grab my dinner out of the oven. If it weren’t for you and Daisy, I’d be eating char right now. (The carbonized kind, not the Arctic kind.)

  8. #8 |  tariqata | 

    Oh man, that brings back memories. On days like you’re having, we’d throw snowballs for our retriever. That was good for endless fun for us, and he sure seemed to have fun leaping around looking for them.

  9. #9 |  Mikestermike | 

    What is it about dogs and snow that is so delightful? I just love it.

  10. #10 |  Trish | 

    Maybe it’s because we have snow 6 months out of the year, but my pup refuses to play in it. I’m going to show him these videos and maybe he’ll get some ideas. All he’s interested in is checking his messages down by the mailboxes.

  11. #11 |  Aresen | 

    You are going to have to give your site a subtitle:



  12. #12 |  BamBam | 

    What ever happened to your other dog, the one that you thought you would have to put down?

  13. #13 |  Dave Krueger | 

    Anytime you can keep a dog busy by throwing a ball once, that’s a good thing. If he’s anything like my puppy, then he has stamina reserves that permit him to seek out high-energy entertaining activities about twenty hours out of each day.

    And snow is oh so much better than mud (which is what we currently have in Alabama).

  14. #14 |  Chuck C | 

    Man, that snow makes me jealous. We’re supposed to get about a foot out by me over the next couple of days, though: maybe can finally get the X-ctry skis and snowshoes out.