Bears are perhaps the most famous hibernating mammals. A lesser known, but equally skilled hibernator is the dachshund.
Is it spring yet?
No? Didn't think so!
During the winter months a dachshund is able to hibernate for approximately 23 1/2 hours per day. The other 30 minutes of the day are used for scarfing down meals, peeing, and collecting attention. Unlike bears, who hibernate alone, dachshunds prefer to hibernate in groups of 2 to 4.
Pit Bulls on the other hand, do not hibernate. They simply play hard, collapse for 30 minutes, and start all over again.
Just about ready...