I have been deep cleaning all day. As I come out of the deep dungeons of the bathrooms, I see it has started snowing, not just a little...it is really coming down. Of course, it is snowing and I just hand scrubbed the floor. It can’t even last a few hours.
As the snow continues to grow and is clearly more than a dusting. My dogs just want to keep going outside to catch the sinkin’ bunnies. But what that really means is that my floors are going to be a wreck!
In and out they go. Tucker doesn’t stay out long, he doesn’t like to be outside for too long. His hair is fine and the snow doesn’t like to stick to his legs as much. Dakota on the other hand is the opposite. She likes to be outside, and has longer hair and it tends to show her poodleness when it gets wet.
Each time she goes out and chases all the bunnies, she comes in with a new set of snowy boots. I mean, TOP TO BOTTOM. I can’t even wipe the snow off her chin or legs because it is matted into her fur. She gets locked in her crate since she sheds snow with every step she takes. She whines periodically to remind me she is there. Then we repeat again, again and again.
I thought I was done cleaning her snowy boots for this year. I was wrong. ;-)