We had an exciting snow storm last night (it was the first time I had heard the term “thundersnow” used) that left us with about six inches of chunky, snowcone like white stuff on the ground this morning. On our morning walk with the dogs, Lollie Wonderdog was extra frisky. She was bounding about like a little pup and acting extra curious about everything.
As we walked and admired the pretty snow in the trees, fosterdad and I were noticing how very yellow our ordinarily white-seeming dogs looked, compared to the stark, cold white of the snow. Even when they are newly washed (which, admittedly, they are not right now), they seem a little creamy when it’s snowy out.
Will dear foster Lollie Wonderdog have an identity crisis if we start calling her “brindle and cream” instead of “brindle and white”?
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