Many dogs can’t resist the charm of a snow day, but there’s one pomsky who takes it to a whole new level, leaving his neighbor both worried and amused.
When Zeus caught sight of the falling snow, he couldn’t believe his luck. Ignoring his owner Farida Hashmi’s calls to come inside, this playful 3-year-old pomsky frolicked in the winter wonderland for over an hour.
His fluffy white coat was soon adorned with delicate snowflakes as he gleefully dashed around the yard.
Hashmi, a resident of Canada, describes Zeus as a perpetual bundle of joy. However, when it snows, his excitement reaches new heights. As Zeus reveled in the frosty weather, a concerned neighbor called the police, fearing for his well-being. To their surprise, the officer burst into laughter upon learning that Zeus was a pomsky.
A pomsky, a mix of a Siberian husky and a Pomeranian, is undeniably built for snowy conditions. These high-energy dogs require ample daily exercise, as suggested by Hill’s Pet Nutrition.
Owners shouldn’t hesitate to let their furry companions embrace the winter weather. However, it’s crucial to watch for signs of overexposure to the cold, such as shivering.
Fortunately, Zeus showed no signs of distress during his extended snow playtime. When he finally decided to return indoors, a special treat awaited him.
Hashmi lovingly prepared a chicken and rice dinner for her snow-loving companion.
The tale quickly spread on social media after Hashmi shared the amusing incident on Zeus’ Instagram account (@the_pomskey).
The video of Zeus reveling in the snow, despite the neighbor’s concerns, has amassed over 5.1 million views and received more than 360,000 likes.
Hashmi is thrilled by the overwhelmingly positive response to the video. With over 2,700 comments and counting, viewers continue to express their delight.
One commenter playfully remarked, “The cop laughed because he knew an hour wasn’t nearly long enough for the snowfloof.”
Another person chimed in, “They were bred for extreme cold weather. What you see is 10,000 years of breeding joy.”
In the end, Zeus’s snow-filled adventure brought laughter and joy to all who witnessed it, proving that winter can be an enchanting season for our four-legged friends.