Snow-covered St Albans parks filled with fun-loving pets

PUBLISHED: 11:53 02 March 2018 | UPDATED: 14:38 02 March 2018

Picture: Georgie London.

Picture: Georgie London.

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You’ve been sending through your pictures of beautiful snow-covered landscapes and adorable pets scampering through the same landscapes!

Picture: Hadley Walker. Picture: Hadley Walker.

Keep sending your images to hertsad@archant.co.uk complete with your name and some details of where you took the photo!

Boarding dog Loki. Picture: Anna Arnold. Boarding dog Loki. Picture: Anna Arnold.

Picture: Anna Arnold. Picture: Anna Arnold.

14-week-old Ziggy in St Albans enjoying the snow for the first time. Picture: Lorna Dedrick. 14-week-old Ziggy in St Albans enjoying the snow for the first time. Picture: Lorna Dedrick.

One dog enjoyig laying in the snow. Picture: Hannah Mills. One dog enjoyig laying in the snow. Picture: Hannah Mills.

14-week-old Ziggy in St Albans enjoying the snow for the first time. Picture: Lorna Dedrick. 14-week-old Ziggy in St Albans enjoying the snow for the first time. Picture: Lorna Dedrick.

Picture: Anna Arnold. Picture: Anna Arnold.

Picture: Anna Arnold. Picture: Anna Arnold.

Picture: Hadley Walker. Picture: Hadley Walker.

Bailey from Chiswell Green, St Albans. Picture: Eleanor Leane. Bailey from Chiswell Green, St Albans. Picture: Eleanor Leane.

Beau and Kobi frollicking at Shenley Lane Playing Fields. Picture: Georgie London. Beau and Kobi frollicking at Shenley Lane Playing Fields. Picture: Georgie London.

Picture: Stu Stuart. Picture: Stu Stuart.

Blitzen the German Shepherd at Heartwood forest drifts. Picture: JP Steve. Blitzen the German Shepherd at Heartwood forest drifts. Picture: JP Steve.

Church End, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field. Church End, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field.

Taken in Kings Langley. Picture: Nikki Karen Phillips. Taken in Kings Langley. Picture: Nikki Karen Phillips.

Maisie and Mario in St Albans made a mini snowman. Picture: Nicole Norman. Maisie and Mario in St Albans made a mini snowman. Picture: Nicole Norman.

Eight-year-old Kiya playing in the snow in Bricket Road, St Albans while wrapped up warm with her coat and scarf. Picture: Ellie Miller. Eight-year-old Kiya playing in the snow in Bricket Road, St Albans while wrapped up warm with her coat and scarf. Picture: Ellie Miller.

Beanie and Dolly from Batchwood Drive. Picture: Charlie Ann Barton-Wells Beanie and Dolly from Batchwood Drive. Picture: Charlie Ann Barton-Wells

Annette with the gigantic snowman in St Albans. Picture: Nicole Norman. Annette with the gigantic snowman in St Albans. Picture: Nicole Norman.

Oscar on Bricket Wood Common. Picture: Lisa Newell. Oscar on Bricket Wood Common. Picture: Lisa Newell.

Redbourn Common. Picture: Kelly Field. Redbourn Common. Picture: Kelly Field.

Redbourn Common. Picture: Kelly Field. Redbourn Common. Picture: Kelly Field.

Picture: Ricky Barnett. Picture: Ricky Barnett.

St Mary's Church, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field. St Mary's Church, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field.

The Cricketers, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field. The Cricketers, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field.

The Jolly Gardener, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field. The Jolly Gardener, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field.

Snowdrifts in Markyate. Picture: Nicola Benson. Snowdrifts in Markyate. Picture: Nicola Benson.

Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214. Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214.

Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214. Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214.

Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214. Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214.

Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214. Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214.

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