Harry was with us less than a year when he got his first chance to really try out snow. He was pretty enthusiastic about the whole thing, even though the snow was up to his chin (a depth of about 12 inches).He likes to bound through the snow bunny-style, rather than plowing a Corgi trail. He is a highly adaptive dog. He wanted to stay out in the snow, running, playing and occasionally turning it yellow, long past the time when my toes got cold and I had to go in for tea. Harry remains enthusiastic about the whole concept of snow, probably because it's still new to him, and also because he doesn't have to shovel it.

Harry in the snow
Note the snow build up on the dog tags.