For people who don't like winter, snowfalls in the last few months might not have been the best news. But something wonderful comes out of those winter storms. Snow in Canada means there's never a shortage of adorable pictures of dogs out in the winter weather. And we honestly wouldn't have it any other way.\nEven though Canada is known for being cold and snowy, not every Canadian is down for snow angels and snowball fights in the winter weather.\nBut the most important Canadians are definitely enjoying snowfalls across Canada.\nAs the snow falls from the sky across Canada, we can't help but smile at all the precious pups frolicking in the snow. This might just be the best thing about winter weather.\nHere are 16 dogs that are loving the snow.\nNew Brunswick got hit with its first winter storm of the season and the doggos were prepared for the snow. Then they got to go out and play in the fresh powder.\nSomeone is happy for snow 🐶🤷🏼♂️🇨🇦@dog_feelings @DogMagUsa @_TheBestDogs @DOGliving @IvePetThatDog #WinterWonderland #winter #WinterIsHere #Canada #snow #FridayFeeling #FridayThoughts #FridayMotivation pic.twitter.com/1NWd5iYhJG— Lenny🐶🐶🐶 (@lunaticlenny1) November 8, 2019\nHats and scarves on, pals 🧣#WinterIsComing tomorrow ☃️ #NBStorm 🌨🌬🌫❄️ pic.twitter.com/ER6eDcfuJw— 🎃Lynn&Finn&Seamus🎃 (@lynn2wine) November 6, 2019\nAnd then Finn and Seamus got to go outside and enjoy that fresh snow.\n*Singing Christmas Carols* 😂☃️Yesterday was Autumn 🍂🍁Today is Winter 🥶❄️ pic.twitter.com/2iMMiPVdqY— 🎃Lynn&Finn&Seamus🎃 (@lynn2wine) November 8, 2019\nAlberta had the misfortune, or fortune depending on how you feel about snow, of getting a lot of snow really early on. Blizzard like conditions and snowfall amounts up to 90 centimetres blanketed the province at the end of September.\nHowever, the beginning of November was a bit kinder in terms of snow so dogs were able to get outdoors.\nScout should definitely be @CTVdavidspence ‘s Pic of The Day! This little tank may have shorty short legs, but deep snow won’t slow him down. #kananaskis #hiking #getoutside #alberta #dogs #ShareYourWeather pic.twitter.com/CPLe4liYd0— Wendy (@iamwendddy) November 6, 2019\nI'm wearing my snow snoot! 😝#browneyedgirl #snowday #snootdog #boop #snoot #LabradorRetriever pic.twitter.com/h1AAHrUR6y— Tzila the Zombie-deading (dis)Service Dog (@TheTzila) November 6, 2019\nYou've heard of yellow snow... but what about golden snow? ❄️📸: Wina Cameron-Reid, Parkland Beach, Alberta #ShareYourWeather pic.twitter.com/JfzS1vnet6— The Weather Network (@weathernetwork) November 2, 2019\nI love catching snow- and many dogs do too! Why? Many dogs were trained to fetch and track moving objects, but snow acts unlike anything! Many scientists again just think it’s super fun for them!It is. It’s is super fun!!#SaturdayMorning #SaturdayThoughts #snow #dogs pic.twitter.com/Do77wwUPAE— Bunsen (@bunsenbernerbmd) November 9, 2019\nSome people might not be into the snow that's been falling in Newfoundland, dogs are certainly taking advantage of the snow and playing in it as much as they can.\nAt least someone is enjoying it🐶❄️@weathernetwork @a_brauweiler @EddieSheerr pic.twitter.com/5aassxQbUb— Yvonne Stone (@YstoneYstone) November 8, 2019\nMuch of Ontario got that first blast of winter weather on November 7, while some areas to the north saw snow a couple of days before that.\nBut no matter when the snow actually fell, dogs were outside playing in it.\nJust as our friends at the @weathernetwork said, more #snow in #NorthernOntario today 😊❄ @NicoleKarkic @jwhittalTWN @MurphTWN @Idahung15 @EmilyTWN #ShareYourWeather pic.twitter.com/WJk3OZ8mya— Jossi @ Marsh Bay Resort (@marsh_bay) November 4, 2019\nAfternoon hobble along before it gets icy...someone likes catching snowflakes#BostontheGSD #looksgoodinplaid #snowfall #WinterWonderland #ShareYourWeather @weathernetwork @Northern_Ozbird @MurphTWN @AnthonyFarnell pic.twitter.com/DkGJ6t6rL3— Liz (@F3inGoderich) November 7, 2019\nMine doesn't need a coat...lol He's ready but me not so much... pic.twitter.com/l5zugARpQ1— Patricia (@Patrici51213233) November 8, 2019\nWhoot whoot we had our first snow ❄️❄️❄️ time to get da ski’s 🎿out 🏂⛷☃️#winter #skiing #freshpowder #ZSHQ #sausagearmy #dachshund #snow #ThursdayMotivation #adoptdontshop #love #ThirstyThursday #DogsofTwittter #dogs #skiingdoggy ⛄️🎿❄️🐾☃️ pic.twitter.com/sf0YkHlQeC— mollysausageroll (@mollysausagero2) November 8, 2019\nAnd while the snow hasn't melted in a lot of places, these pups sure have melted our hearts.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.