If there is a heaven I’m sure it’ll look a lot like Snow Dogs Vol. Seven

“Norman in Columbia Heights”

There will be a final round tomorrow. (see volume one here and volume two here volume three here volume four here and volume six here. unfortunately no new entries can be taken at this time, any snow dogs received now will be placed into the regular animal fix queue. Thanks to all for sending such fantastic photos!).

Many many more pups:

“Barley the Corgi in Brightwood Park”

“Roo, 6 month old Labradoodle from NoMa :) Not captured: snow ball fight with her human kids”

“Hickory (teal jacket) and Mutsu (purple jacket) in Truxton Circle.”

“Tater Tot in Woodley Park”

“Suzy from Capitol Hill enjoying a snow day at Congressional cemetery”

“Gus, our 10 month old pup from College Park.”

“Hank from Brookland.”

“Greg the Boykin of Takoma – loves all forms of water and has been drooling all day for a snowball to be thrown his way!”

“Adams Morgan. This is Max.”

“Roxie, of Cleveland Park, seeing snow for the first time”

“Shelly, Aussie Heeler-Mix from Brightwood.”

“@perrupi loving the snow in Dupont Circle!”

“Samson (@samson_in_dc) was very confused about his first snow in Brightwood.”

“Grace Kelly in Columbia Heights”

“Otis, a bernandoodle, in Lanier Heights”

“Our first winter here in NoMa since we moved from Alaska! This is Pippy (@daily_pip_pic) and she is so excited!”

“Here’s Lane in Dupont.”

“Maple in Logan Circle is a huge fan of the snow! @maplehitstheroad”

“This is Axl from Columbia Heights enjoying Meridian Hill Park!”

“Maggie having the time of her life, and George wishing he was inside by the fire. Both of H St NE.”

“Pippin in Takoma, DC”

“Zoe and Bill in Columbia Heights”

“Here’s Ellie in Tenleytown feeling like the half Newfie she is.”

“This is Socks of Adams Morgan getting her first taste of snow. Has begged to go out pretty constantly today because she likes it so much!”

“Rosie sends her regards from Mitchell Park!”

“Apollo (left), a ten-month old pup who has never seen snow, enjoying the dog park with his best friend Rhubarb!”

“This is Reesy from Petworth processing snow for the first time.”

“Caity the snow dog of LeDroit Park!”

“Tillie from Logan Circle enjoying her first snow in DC!”

“Duma, the Tanzanian village dog, loving his 2nd winter on the East Coast. We’re in Columbia Heights!”

“Beowulf of Petworth (8 months old)”

“Mumble (on Instagram @pawlitico) the Shih Tzu loving the snow in Navy Yard”

“Fennec (“Fenn”) of Kingman Park has no chill when it comes to jumping in the snow”

“Emma Peel of Logan Circle”

“Rocket near Lincoln Park…a little bedraggled.”

“Selkie in MVT enjoying her first-ever snow day! @badgirlselkie_”

“Louise enjoying her first snow in Mt Pleasant!”

“Emma in NoMa. She’s 16 and not loving it but moving pretty well!”

“Harlow Weenie taking it all in and shaking it off, Cardozo area/Columbia heights-ish!”

“Champ from Dupont Circle.”

“Obie from Shaw has not yet decided whether he likes this white stuff.”

“Winnies first snow day in Petworth”

“Petunia in the U Street neighborhood, he loves the snow!”

“This is 15-yr old labradoodle Maggie in Barnaby Woods. She’s a snow magnet.”

“Sundae loves his first snow day! Cleveland Park IG He’s an almost 10 month old mini Bernedoodle”

“Soffi of Adams Morgan, spotted with a new friend in Meridian Hill Park. @soffi_dcchow”

“Ghloe eating snow and her sister Mu, below, from Logan Circle.”

“Alfie, hanging out at Waterside park in Adams Morgan.”

“Maple, Capitol Hill”

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