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Seeing someone have fun without abandon is both uplifting and inspiring. With life’s challenges around us, it’s hard to just let it all go and just be in the moment. Thankfully, we have dogs to take pointers from.

This Golden Retriever is one of the most fortunate pets on the planet. He was on a skiing holiday with his parents, and he made the most out of it.

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He began at the top of the slope. The fur baby drew attention, not only because of his golden looks but with his mad sliding skills. Uh-huh, you read that right.

While guests enjoyed their skiing, this doggo made sure he had fun sliding down the gentle ski slopes. If you were a skier on that day, and you saw a doggo sliding down, you’d stop and admire this pet.

The golden doggo lay on his side, enjoying the feeling of cold snow against his body moving down the slope. Perhaps that felt like something of a massage, so we’re not challenging this pet’s call.

When the slide came to a stop, the pet stood up to shake the snow off of his coat. If you thought that was the end of it, you’re dead wrong.

The adorable dog dropped his body once more and used his paws to shimmy down again. Though the video clip is just 16-seconds long, it captured this pet’s joy.

Who else thinks that this video’s length is a crime? We do, but we can’t fault whoever took this. That person was there to ski, and capturing this doggo in action was just a bonus.

Perhaps we should all try sliding down slopes instead of skiing. Who needs skiing gears when we can do away with them? It’ll save us some serious moolah because we won’t need anything except our bodies.

Photo and video credits to RM Videos via YouTube

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Cathy D. Evans
Life-long fan of all dogs including Finnegan pictured here. He's a Chinook about a year old with the most wonderful personality. Please enjoy this dog website and its content. “Dogs don’t rationalize. They don’t hold anything against a person. They don’t see the outside of a human but the inside of a human.” —Cesar Millan (dog trainer)

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