The last days of winter typically come as a relief to most of us. No more having to start the car ten minutes before we’re actually ready to go, no more bundling up every time we go outside, no more shoveling the driveway and walking paths around our homes. But the dog in this clip is far from ready for winter to be over and he is going to make sure that his owners know it!
As you can see, the snow is almost gone. However, that is not going to stop our furry friend from making the absolute most of what is left, now is it? Even though most of the hill is green, he is going to find the few patches of snow that remain and use them to his benefit. While most of us would be praying for the last little bit of snow to melt, this little guy is doing the exact opposite.
Just try and watch him roll around on the hill without laughing, we dare you. This short clip might not take too long to watch, but it will provide you with some of the biggest belly laughs that you’ve had all week, or maybe even all year. There is barely even any snow for him to slide on and this fact does not seem to deter his enthusiasm in the slightest.
Don’t you wish that you could share his joy? Or his level of energy? The majority of us would be exhausted after one trip up and down the hill. Not this dog! From the looks of it, he could run up and down that hill for hours. With so few days left to enjoy the snowfall, he is bound and determined to make every single one of these moments count, darn it!
His adventures definitely serve as an inspiration to us all, reminding us to enjoy the time we have while we have it. He is definitely not counting the moments for even one second, he is making the moments count and that is all that matters.
To see more of his amazing sliding adventures and exploits, take a moment to watch the full clip and try your best not to laugh until your sides hurt. After you’ve gotten a chance to take in the hilarity for yourself, don’t be shy about passing the love along to your closest friends and family members.
What do you think?