There’s no doubt about it. The German shepherd loves the winter season.
The snow is fresh on the ground, spreading its thick white embrace on everything in sight. You open the back door to let your dog out for his morning business, and YIKES! Your dog springs into action, pouncing and leaping from one end of the yard to the other, tossing up frosty clusters like a pro snowboarder. So, why, you ask, does your German shepherd get that extra boost when coming into contact with snow?
A lot of it can be explained by a dog’s behavior, in general, when experiencing new interesting environments, especially the quirky, curious German shepherd.