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Gerold Braun

I think it does not depend on the length of his legs, but on the hair between his toes (does BGB has hair between his toes?)

My last dog, a long legged and long haired hunting dog, showed the same snowball-phenomen like BGB.

David Garfinkel


Thank you, Gerold.



BGB does have a little hair between his toes. But - one of my other dogs - a mixed breed - has way more than he does and she doesn't "make" snowballs. With BGB, they end up on his legs and his belly, not between the toes. So, it looks like the riddle is still unsolved. :)


David Garfinkel

This means we need more theories!

Who else has one?

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