Horse Sissies Get Put out in the Snow, and Come Back Real Quick

Posted by Mateja Lane
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Nope, nope, nope- too cold. 

The country has been seeing some pretty crazy weather the past couple weeks. From sub-zero temperatures in the Midwest and East Coast, to awful mudslides in Southern California, the winter of 2017/2018 has proved it is not to be messed with.

Animals have seen the good sides and the bad sides of all this winter weather, and some don't want anything to do with it.

Like these two horses that have ingeniously been named the synchronized snow sissiess.


You can almost hear them talking to one another:

"Okay, nope, let's turn around at the end of the gate. All together now; back into the warmth."

The first horse comes out and seems inquisitive to the white flurry above his head. The other horse comes into the paddock beside him and as they trudge for a bit in the deep snow, they quickly change their minds. They decide at the exact same time that this cold white stuff isn't for them.

While it may be cold and snowy out, it is still important for your horse to get some exercise and outdoor time. This might mean taking them to an indoor facility for some riding, or leading them around your own property if it is too icy for trail rides. If it's icy in the pasture, you can put down some sand so your horses have better footing.

Same goes for your dog, cat, and really all your pets. Make sure they get sufficient playtime even it it's cold out. Laser pointers really come in handy to get your cat moving even if it's freezing out.

 

For some good indoor games to play with your dog when it's cold out check these out. And to see if your horse needs a blanket when turned out in cold weather, download this app from SmartPak.

Finally, enjoy the falling snow and frigid temperatures because spring will be here before you know it.

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Horse Sissies Get Put out in the Snow, and Come Back Real Quick