Wiener Dog Gallops Through Neck-Deep Snow in Saskatchewan

Two dogs explored the wintry scene in southeast Saskatchewan on Thursday, November 11, after several inches of snow fell in the Canadian province.

A low-pressure system from Alberta brought snow to much of southern Saskatchewan, starting early Wednesday morning through to Thursday, according to the Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC).

This footage, filmed by Twitter user @adamstuart1 from Theodore, Saskatchewan, shows a dachshund dressed in a winter jacket hopping with excitement in the snow as a second, less excited dog examines the scene.

No major weather warnings are in place for Friday for the region, according to weather reports. Credit: Adam Stuart via Storyful

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