Videos of Excited Snow Dogs Are the Only Things Keeping Us Happy During this Historic Storm


Here in New York City, roads are now shut down to non-emergency traffic, and authorities are telling drivers they’ll get fined if they don’t comply. Above-ground parts of the subway system are about to close. The storm, stronger than forecast up here in New York, will continue until late into the night and dump even more snow—making it a storm likely to earn a place in the record books (though where it will rank for snowfall we won’t know until it’s all over). Slate is reporting that at the time of writing Washington, D.C.’s total snowfall stands at 14.9 inches. There’s coastal flooding in New Jersey (watch the footage here.) CNN is reporting that 9000-plus flights have been canceled.

Even though it may be beautiful and exciting, all this nature gets old really fast. With so little to do right now but snack and surrender to television coverage, find some relief in these amazing Instagram videos of dogs having a wonderful time in the snow. Enjoy.

 

A video posted by Appa (@appathederpydog) on

 

A video posted by Nashy Grimm (@littlemannash) on

 

A video posted by siobhan_s_ (@siobhan_s_) on

 

A video posted by Trina (@crookedtailtrina) on

 

A video posted by Aimee (@aimeeinphilly) on

 

A video posted by FOX 5 DC (@fox5dc) on

 

A video posted by Ben Dimiero (@bendi84) on

PS: A little fact-checking note from my editor: “That poor little Bichon appears to be hating it. (I have one and he is suffering too!)”

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