Your images: Dogs romp in the blizzard

Lexie the flying snowdog dives in while the Schleiter family from Schaumburg digs out Wednesday morning. Tom Schleiter
Bunny the rescue mutt blazes a trail in after using the yard for her daily “dooties.” Wednesday morning. Pamela Robey
Does anyone have a napkin? Coco Hamilton in Lincolnshire takes a bite out of her first major blizzard. Kathleen and Jerry Hamilton
Ivanna — ears a floppin’ — romps in her own snow path. Julio Soto
To a dog, this might look like the Rockies. Angel and Louis conquer their own backyard mountain. Lecia Conroy
Sandy the dog keeps a close eye as residents dig out on Margret Street in Des Plaines. Madeleine Doubek
Sports editor Tom Quinlan had to clear a path in Mount Prospect, for Riley, his family’s King Charles Cavalier, to do her business. The drifts on the deck were 2 feet. Tom Quinlan
Blink and you might miss Buddy with his white face full of snow who was enjoying the blizzard Tuesday morning with the Gianakopoulos family in Plainfield. Gianakopoulos family
Crystal Macks’s English bulldog, Eleanor, tries to find the perfect potty spot in Algonquin Wednesday morning. Crystal Mack
Sue Delagarza's Aggie did not want to come inside Wednesday morning. Sue Delagarza
Some pictures really don’t need any words. But if dogs could talk, we imagine every other word out of Chewy’s mouth would be “dude.” Bonnie George
Riley seems to take it all in stride in Naperville. Fred Spitzzeri
But this golden retriever plays in Arlington Heights. Gret Taylor
Lizbeth Magana's boxer, Hyper, seems anything but excited about the snow Tuesday night in Carpentersville. In fact, Hyper just refused to go out there and do his business. Lizbeth Magana
Umm. Yeah. That's a "no" for Ryan Frank's kitty, which is named Jerkface. But then again, maybe ... you never know what a cat is thinking. Ryan Frank