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Don't care for snow much any more, after realizing I have got a bit to old and breakable for all the fun activities in it
. So Dave now does all the running, sliding, and makes the acrobatic catches. I try to stand still and just sling them
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Looks like fun, even though I hate snow. I don't think we got as much snow as y'all did, but it covered the ground. Our young Heeler reacted to the snow by trying to attack it, she would bite at it, then roll around in it. The older Border Collie didn't seem to care he just followed along like always.