Dogs are an integral part of life in the mountains. Sled dogs, avalanche dogs, ski-joring dogs, local restaurant dogs, visitor dogs and skier dogs all contribute their four-legged paw-print to resorts in the Alps, the Rockies and elsewhere.
Problem is, we don’t always listen to what they have to say.
“As fires go, this isn’t doing much for me.” Photo: © Welove2ski in Are, Sweden.
“Can we have a beach holiday next year?” Photo: © Welove2ski in Courchevel.
“Ditto.” Photo: © Hotel Principe Delle Nevi, Cervinia.
“Stroke me all you like, love, but you ain’t getting the brandy.” Photo: © Welove2ski in Verbier.
“My human has terrible taste in snow-boots, and as for that beanie…” Photo: © AspenSnowmass.com
“Mostly it’s a dog’s life in Mountain Rescue. But, you know, sometimes I miss playing ball with you guys.” Photo: © Arapahoe Basin.
“Why am I always so dog tired these days?” Photo: © Savoie Mont Blanc Tourisme.
“Is that a rabbit over there in the trees?” Photo: © Martin Steinthaler/Zell Kaprun Tourismus.
“I’m all dogged out.” Photo: © Savoie Mont Blanc Tourisme.
“We can’t keep meeting like this.” Photo: © Welove2ski
Watch out when you pat a snow dog. Photo: © Pieter Knoops in Alpe d’Huez.
…and last but not least…
The Breckenridge avalanche dogs. Aren’t they gorgeous?. Photo: © Carl Schofield.
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