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Offbeat This Dog Learned How to Sled on Her Own, Just in Time for the Snow

16:52  06 january  2018
16:52  06 january  2018 Source:   insideedition.com

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Playing Dog Drags Sled up Snowy Hill and Goes on a Wild Ride. Peters explained that she taught her pup to sled and ever since the city got snow , Secret has gone down the hill at least 50 times .

Peters explained that she taught her pup to sled and ever since the city got snow , Secret has gone down the hill at least 50 times . © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. This Dog Learned How to Sled on .

This Dog Learned How to Sled on Her Own, Just in Time for the Snow © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. This Dog Learned How to Sled on Her Own, Just in Time for the Snow

This Australian shepherd seems to have no trouble with the cold winter.

Secret, a 3-year-old pup, was captured pulling his plastic sled uphill before jumping on and enjoying the ride in a video posted to Instagram.

“She loves sledding,” her owner, Cat Peters, 17, of Sioux City, Iowa, told InsideEdition.com.

Peters explained that she taught her pup to sled and ever since the city got snow, Secret has gone down the hill at least 50 times.

“It’s definitely one of her favorite activities,” the post’s caption read.

Sledding!❄❤ We finally got enough snow to really sled yesterday and Secret couldn't be more thrilled! It's definitely one of her favorite activities, she probably went down this hill 50 times today!

Canada's bitter weather has even penguins coming out of the cold .
Just how cold is it in Canada? Ask the penguins at the Calgary zoo: Even they have had to take shelter. King penguins -- one of five species at the zoo in western Alberta province -- are certainly accustomed to chilly weather, more so than species like the Humboldt that prefer somewhat warmer climes, said zoo curator Malu Celli.

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