Young golden retrievers Harry Winston and Louis Vuitton had the opportunity to enjoy the thrill of seeing their first significant snowfall for the very first time. According to Daily Mail, the doggies, who reside in New York with their owners Lisa and Rusty Hanafin, were recently allowed to explore their backyard following a snowstorm that left behind more than 3 feet of the white stuff.
Fortunately, the Hanafin family remembered to videotape their pets’ very first experience with snow. While Rusty is shown in the video footage opening the door out to the yard, the two puppies are seen standing inside and gazing out the window at all of the snow. The canine companions test the snow with their paws and then listen to their masters as they coax them to take the plunge into the white stuff.
The golden retrievers appear to appreciate the fresh challenge that the snow brings to their outside fun, even though the dogs nearly vanish under the snow. The clip ends with Harry and Louis skipping around in the snow and engaging in playful scuffles with one other.
According to the story, the dogs were so excited by the change in the weather that they had to be coaxed back inside with hot dogs.
According to Lisa, who said to Daily Mail, “They thought it was amazing – we couldn’t get them back inside and had to have a bag of hotdogs to persuade them to come in.” She also said that she loved seeing the dogs enjoy something new.
“It was fantastic to watch them interact in the snow; when they went out and the snow was falling, they were looking up attempting to catch it in their mouths; it was lovely.”