Dogs in Buffalo are Taking on The Massive Snow-Pocalypse

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If you haven’t heard by now you probably should know that Buffalo, New York is covered in snow right now.  In fact around six feet of it to be exact.   For those of you who live in a warm climate, be very thankful at this time.   Personally, I happen to live in New York, but thankfully not that far north!   While the storm isn’t all that new to Buffalo, it’s always a funny adventure for dogs.

While the snow masses of this size aren’t the norm, when they do come in, it gives all the dogs in Buffalo a chance to toughen up.  So much so that residents enjoy filming their dogs and reactions to the huge amounts of snow.  We of course will be sharing those reactions with you right now.

In particular there’s one German Shepherd who absolutely owns the snow right now.  Wish we had that pup on patrol!

Dog in 4 Feet of Snow Elma, NY 11-18-2014

German Shepherd Dog in Buffalo Lancaster November

Rosco goes for a romp in the snow

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