Have You Seen This? Dog thrilled to see (and eat) October snow

Have You Seen This? Dog thrilled to see (and eat) October snow

(Jordan Tribe via Storyful)

Save Story

Estimated read time: 1-2 minutes

This archived news story is available only for your personal, non-commercial use. Information in the story may be outdated or superseded by additional information. Reading or replaying the story in its archived form does not constitute a republication of the story.

LET IT SNOW — While not everyone is on board with the untimely cold (these low temperatures across Utah are breaking nearly 50-year-old records after all) some are excited for the snow and welcome it with open arms, or should I say paws.

Utah isn't the only state to be greeted with snow in the last week. Colorado has also seen some snow and one Doberman was thrilled.

The dog, Moses, can be seen in a video posted by Storyful on Friday jumping around and trying to eat as much snow as he can.

Moses' owner Jordan Tribe told Storyful that his dog loves to jump for pretty much anything.

“Moses jumps for anything in the air. Rain, snow, water, smoke, and anything on the ceiling, like reflections,” he said, according to Storyful.

Since it's just a light dusting of snow in the video, the rest of the winter season should come as good news to Moses.

"Get it, Mo," Tribe says in the video, encouraging the playful dog to eat the snow.

This good boy can teach us all a lesson — instead of complaining about the cold weather, we should stop and smell the roses, er, I mean stop and eat the snow.

Yesterday's Have You Seen This?

Related stories

Most recent Have You Seen This? stories

Related topics

Have You Seen This?
Lauren Bennett is a reporter with KSL.com who covers Utah’s religious community and the growing tech sector in the Beehive State.


Get informative articles and interesting stories delivered to your inbox weekly. Subscribe to the KSL.com Trending 5.
By subscribing, you acknowledge and agree to KSL.com's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

KSL Weather Forecast