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    This smart girl knows just how to spend her first snow of the season!

     

     

    While other pups like to simply run around in the snow, Secret the Australian shepherd prefers to get extreme!

    Leash-free and independent, the Aussie effortlessly slides down the snow-covered hill and even brings the sled back up to the top.

    Good luck getting her to go back inside!

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