In the spirit of the winter season, today’s muzzle art features something that’s been dominating the weather forecasts lately: snow! Thank you Eleni Luuersz Calomiris for sharing this gorgeous photo of her late dog, Pike. Eleni says Pike “loved to stick his muzzle in the snow to make snow cones.”

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Lynn Bartkowicz Heun sent us this photo of her dog, Balton, sporting his blue Baskerville muzzle during a romp in the snow. (You can watch a video of his winter adventures on our Facebook page.)

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Finally, Shaleena Jones sent us this photo, courtesy Give a Dog a Bone Photography, of a group of dogs enjoying the weather and their muzzles.

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Want to see your dog featured for a future Muzzle Art Monday? Email us at muzzleupproject@gmail.com, post a photo to our Facebook page, or tweet us using the hashtag #muzzleup.

– Maureen Backman, MS, CTC

Maureen is the founder of The Muzzle Up! Project and owns Mutt About Town dog training in San Francisco, CA. Get in touch at muttabouttownsf@gmail.com.

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  1. […] vortexes, freezing rains, and recent snowstorms (speaking of snowstorms, Balton got featured on the Muzzle Up Project Blog last week for his arctic puppy playtime when DC got its big snow of the season two weeks ago […]

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