GETTYStorm Emma: These dogs absolutely love the snow
The UK has been feeling the bite of frost as the Beast from the East has shrouded Europe in arctic temperatures.
Travel is nearly impossible in some areas due to delayed train services, hospitals across the UK have had to cancel outpatient appointments, and people have been advised not to travel unless it is absolutely necessary in some parts of the country.
But these furry beasts do not seem to give a fig about all this as they frolic freely in the freezing frost with furry festivities.
Dog owners should still walk their pooches despite the snow, but they should follow common sense tips.Related articles
Keeping a dog warm and safe outdoors is imperative when there is snow on the ground and temperatures are below freezing.
You should wrap up on walks and put a coat on your pooch if you go out, especially if you have a fine coated dog such as a Greyhound.
Also, check between your dog’s toes and dry them thoroughly after they