December 3, 2020

Curious dog: Pet Shiba Inu enjoys burying his face in the snow while frolicking in a field

By haziqbinarif


Paw-fect weather! Pet dog enjoys burying his face in the snow while frolicking in a field after a whiteout

  • A Shiba Inu in China appears to prefer embracing the cold than staying cosy
  • Footage shows the three-year-old pet frolicking with excitement after a snowfall
  • The canine was intrigued by the snow as he tried to sticking his head underneath
  • Dogs do that to explore their surroundings and scent with their mouth and nose

On a chilly winter day, many of us prefer to stay cosy while cuddling up with a blanket – but this pet dog in China loves embracing the cold.

Footage shows the Shiba Inu named Ma Tuan having a whale of a time in a field after a whiteout as he frolicked in the snow while curiously burying his head underneath.

The owner told MailOnline that her energetic three-year-old pet had always enjoyed roaming in the snowy weather ever since he was a puppy.

Footage shows the pet Shiba Inua named Ma Tuan having a whale of a time on a field after a whiteout as he frolicked in the snow while curiously burying his head underneath

Footage shows the pet Shiba Inua named Ma Tuan having a whale of a time on a field after a whiteout as he frolicked in the snow while curiously burying his head underneath

A Shiba Inu in China appears to prefer embracing the cold than staying cosy

Footage shows the three-year-old pet frolicking with excitement after a snowfall

On a chilly winter day, many of us prefer to stay cosy while cuddling up with a blanket – but this Shiba Inu in China loves embracing the cold. The pet owner captured the scene recently while taking her Shiba Inu out to play near their home in northern China’s Inner Mongolia region

The pet owner captured the scene recently while taking her Shiba Inu out to play near their home in northern China’s Inner Mongolia region after a snowfall.

Ma Tuan, whose name translated as a Chinese snack of fried sesame balls, is seen in footage repeatedly sticking his head in the snow, seemingly curious about what’s underneath all the fluffy white stuff.

He then suddenly lifted his head up and looked into the distance as though he was having some deep thoughts about the exploration.

Another clip shows the canine jumping up and down with excitement as his owner kicked a pile of snow up in the air.

Ma Tuan, whose name translated as a Chinese snack of fried sesame balls, is seen in footage repeatedly sticking his head in the snow, seemingly curious about what¿s underneath the snow

Ma Tuan, whose name translated as a Chinese snack of fried sesame balls, is seen in footage repeatedly sticking his head in the snow, seemingly curious about what’s underneath the snow

Ma Tuan¿s owner, who wishes to remain anonymous, told MailOnline that her three-year-old pet had always enjoyed the snowy weather. The Shiba Inu¿s behaviour amused and puzzled many social media users who wondered if Ma Tuan was trying to dig some treasure

Ma Tuan’s owner, who wishes to remain anonymous, told MailOnline that her three-year-old pet had always enjoyed the snowy weather. The Shiba Inu’s behaviour amused and puzzled many social media users who wondered if Ma Tuan was trying to dig some treasure

Ma Tuan’s owner, who wishes to remain anonymous, told MailOnline that her three-year-old pet had always enjoyed the snowy weather.

‘He has played in the snow ever since he was a puppy,’ she added. ‘He loves it.’

After the owner shared the videos on the Chinese TikTok-like Douyin, the Shiba Inu’s behaviour amused and puzzled many social media users who wondered if Ma Tuan was trying to dig some treasure.

One viewer asked: ‘So adorable, aren’t you cold? Are you looking for some tasty bones?’

Another commenter said: ‘Where was the sausage I hid under here? I think I hid somewhere around here, where is it now? Let me think…’

Netizens might have some creative explanations to the animal’s behaviour, but the dog is simply exploring his surroundings and scents on the ground.

Dogs use their nose and their mouth to explore new subjects, from food to smell, such as the snow, which gives off a scent and is foreign and intriguing to them, according to US-based pet care company Wag.

Pet owners might worry that their dogs would get cold by burying their heads in the snow, but it is normal behaviour and part of their canine nature.

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