When it’s our first time wearing shoes, it’s completely normal to feel awkward walking in them. But, when you’re finally getting the hang of using the footwear, you gradually hasten your walking pace.
Thus, a Frenchie wearing snow boots for the first time gingerly steps on the snowy trail to have a feel of the terrain. Yet, the doggo’s increasing confidence gets the best of it as it ultimately slides across the icy path.
Umm, can I get these things off my feet, Mom?
In this footage, a jacket-clad French Bulldog takes a stroll with its fur parent on a snowy trail. But, while most dogs dash across the path, this canine seems a bit unsure of its steps.
It even comes to a point where the Frenchie spreads its legs apart to gain more balance while trotting. And, even if the pooch’s moving at a rather slow pace, it doesn’t seem bothered a bit.
It turns out it’s the Frenchie’s first time to walk on snow with booties on its paws. Hence, the doggo takes the time to get the feel of moving its paws with its newest footwear in the snow.
Oh no! I’m slipping!
On and on the French Bulldog goes, eager to conquer the snowy trail with each step it’s taking. And, it seems the canine’s getting more confident as it soon hastens its walking pace.
At some point, the canine even preps to sprint across the rest of the remaining trail. But, the dog’s momentum makes its legs go wobbly, making the canine skid across the path they’re taking.
And, in a bid to regain balance, the Frenchie begins scrambling to have a firm grip on the snowy surface. Do you think the dog manages to regain its footing and carry on with the stroll uneventfully? Don’t miss out on this snow-loving pup’s trek in the video below.
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