Black Labrador Cannot Get Enough Of Body Sliding In The Snow
There’s something entrancing about sliding down a hill of snow, and this black Lab agrees wholeheartedly. Winter is coming, but that is not a problem for Rafi, who loves diving and sliding across the packed snow. Watch as this adorable dog named Rafi body slides down a snow-covered hill. It looks like the little guy knows how to have fun!
Many dogs often enjoy snow even more than kids, and there are lots of things that you can do with your dog on a snowy day. Rafi here has mastered his body sliding technique!
It is very pleasing to watch this black Lab’s utter delight in the slippery snow on this hill. He quickly realized that when he flops on his side and wiggles his legs a bit, he slides and goes down the hill. That is so much fun, so Rafi decides to do it again and again and again.
Rafi doesn’t need a sled, he is his own sledding machine, he uses his own body to go sledding with ease, because the snow is compact and a bit icy on top.
It isn't just humans that enjoy sliding down hills in the snow, Rafi shows that dogs can join in on the fun too. Rafi's owners cannot contain themselves as they watch their dog slide down the hill and then run back up to do it again. He goes sliding down the slope over a dozen times. Owners tease him "do it again Raf," and he accepts the challenge.
Do you remember when you were a kid? We couldn’t wait to go out, put our warmest clothes, and spend hours with our friends having fun, building a snowman, sliding the hill, laughing and enjoy our careless childhood.
Rafi also enjoys the day out on the snow. He loves sliding on the hill! It’s so funny how quickly he discovered that if he flops on the side and wiggles his legs a bit, he will slide down the hill faster. Hilarious!
Many dogs love to play in the snow. If you own a dog, winter can be an excellent time to spend some time with your dog. You can go sliding to a nearby hill, and they will love that, check out Rafi over here how much fun he is having.
Also, many dogs love tossing balls at them, so, why don’t you try that with your dog? Maybe he will like it too, and you will have endless fun with your dog. And you will feel once again like the kid who used to play with the snow and had so much fun not worrying about nothing.
One more tip, if you are playing with your dog in the snow, make sure after that to check your dogs' paws for ice or perhaps cuts from the ice. Also, make sure after that he is warm and cozy and offer him a lot of water.
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