As the winter storm named Juno slammed much of America's East Coast, one adorable puppy embraced the cold and learned all about the ice and snow.

Quinn, a Bernese mountain dog, wasn't afraid to slip and slide as she attempted to run down an ice-covered hill.

And lucky for us, her owner made sure to take the opportunity to video the puppy making her icy dash down the New Hampshire road, in super-slow motion. 

Take a look at the adorably hilarious video below:



A Bernese Mountain dog, named Quinn, isn't scared to slip up when she tries running across a hill covered in ice at Loon Mountain in New Hampshire. 


Her owner made sure to seize the opportunity and filmed the pup as she made her icy dash down the road in super-slow motion.


Once the puppy hits the ice, she realizes right away that her body parts aren't as easy to control on the ice as they are on dry land

At first, the almost five-month-old puppy is startled as she tries her best to regain her footing. But, as she struggles to regain her balance her limbs slide back and forth wildly as she loses control of her footing.

Eventually, Quinn quits trying to stand on her feet and she falls onto her tummy, sliding on the ice, down towards the camera.

According to ABC News, the video was shot by Quinn's owner, TJ Parker at Loon Mountain in New Hampshire, and then posted on Instagram. 



At first, the almost five-month-old puppy is startled as she tries her best to regain her footing, but, as she struggles to regain her balance her limbs slide back and forth wildly as she loses control of her footing


TJ Parker, Quinn's owner, and resident of Somerville, Massachusetts, said that the pup went from 'freaking out in shock to pure bliss'

Parker, a resident of Somerville, Massachusetts, told ABC that the pup went from 'freaking out in shock to pure bliss'

Since then, he's posted other videos to Instagram of Quinn playing, a few of which are also in slow motion.

In another of the videos the fluffy puppy is seen sliding down a playground slide, while in one other she's playing in mounds of snow.



In another of Parker's slow-motion videos, Quinn is seen sliding down a playground slide. She's slipping down, not able to grip the slick, frosty slide, and eventually she comes straight down toward the camera

If you can't get enough of this sweet pup, then you can follow Quinn on her very own Instagram page. There you'll find plenty of photos and videos. 

If Quinn put a big smile on your face, please make sure to 'SHARE' her adorable videos with family and friends on Facebook! Let's spread the smiles!