Introduction: How to Keep a Dog Amused in the Snow

About: I'm an un-repentant mess creator... I'll turn my hand to anything and providing i get my fingers back... I'm happy.
I am sick of the BBC news and the other news companies in the UK harping on about so called 'Frozen Britain' I mean seriously there has to be better things going on in the world, than a bit of ice and snow. I mean seriously get a grip people! I don't know about you but in my  26 years of life... I have lived in the UK... and in that 26 years we have HARDLY had any decent amounts of snow... stop taking away my fun gorramit!

So anyway I digress... as abit of light entertainment I'm going to write a fun (non-serious) I'ble about how to keep a stupid dog amused... In three easy steps you can amuse any dumb dog (or younger sibling). Meg and Milo my two pooches are always in the background of any I'ble I create... If not in the tasting, they help hinder any progress I make,... This ones for you Milo and Meg!


NB: I can't get the Video to post, so here is a direct link:

Step 1: Find Your Ingredients!

You will need:

a Dog or multiple Dogs

Possible needs:
Some gloves
Some warm clothes
Video camcorder to record the fun

Step one:
Roll and compact a fairly medium sized snow ball, by scooping up some snow into your hands and pressing it into a round shape.

Repete as nessicery

Step 2: Throw Your Balls!

Step two:

Making sure your Dog or Dogs are watching throw the snowball (Not at them, I don't advocate cruelty no matter how funny the results maybe)  over the Dog/s and tell them to 'Fetch it'

It is fairly important at this juncture, to point out that if your Dog doesn't like playing fetch, this fun winter exercise simply isn't for you

repete this step as often as you want, or until your dog gets bored and just starts eating any snow nearby.

Step 3: Chortle, and Go Inside for a Coffee

After playing this fun little game, It would be best to take your lovable (if not mentaly deficiant) Pooch inside, give them a cuddle, and dry their muddy feet... Or if your Dog is as stupid as mine... Take 30 minutes or so to stand by the back door yelling at the damn thing to come in from outside... I later worked out that Milo had been looking for his snow ball, and couldn't work out where it had gone.... *sigh*

I hope you enjoyed some fun in the snow!