Tue Cute Tuesday – Honey’s Personal Iditarod

Golden Retriever in Deep Snow

I'm breaking trail on my own personal Iditarod.

Golden Retriever in Deep Snow in Backyard

Gee, I bet Balto didn't even have it this rough. I must be miles from civilization.

Golden Retriever Sniffing Snow

I know you're here somewhere. I can smell ya.

Snow Covered Golden Retriever

Don't worry Mr. Squirrel-Toy-Without-Stuffing. I've saved you.

Golden Retriever with Snow on her Nose

I'm a very brave girl.

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  1. Ah that’s adorable.

    When we had our super crazy snow storm here, the snow was deeper than my dogs were tall. When we went outside all I’d see was snow, then two bodies flying straight into the air – then only more snow!

    Iditarod here we come! Maybe we can make our own mashup team?

    • Honey was lucky this wasn’t so deep. We’ve had snows where we had to shovel a path in the yard so the dogs could find their way out.

      BTW, did you catch your flying dogs on video?

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  3. Wow, that’s a lot of snow. Ours is all gone. We can come help you hunt for flat squirrels if you need us.
    Morgan, Tsar and the Porties

  4. Honey, you have the best attitude toward snow I have ever seen. Mr. Squirrel Without Stuffing is very lucky to have you on the trail. Or is that unlucky? 😉

  5. Oh say, you’re one of those mountain type rescue dogs, Honey! Good thing you found Mr Squirrel, what with civilization being so far away and all. He would have starved to death for sure.

    • Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until spring to find all Mr. Squirrel’s friends Honey missed. I bet it’s a whole menagerie of stuffed and unstuffed animals under all that snow.

  6. Who says you can’t find adventure in your own back yard? Honey, you’re one brave and dedicated girl!


  7. Wow! I don’t know if even Balto could make it through that snow! Good thing he has you Honey to blaze the trail!!

  8. You are a brave girl!


  9. Ahhh…that is so much snow! We’ve been in the 70’s and 80’s for weeks so it’s hard to imagine the cold. I’m glad Honey doesn’t seem to mind. Plus, she looks even more beautiful with her nose covered in snow. :)