Yes, I'd say so:
So what is she eating in this picture? Is that a big hunk of ice? Yes, yes it is. Freezing temperatures have come to Iowa, and yesterday I had the dreadful realization that my rain barrels were still outside and were still full. Rain barrels don't like Iowa winters, so I went outside and drained them. This resulted in many large hunks of ice in the backyard.
Ice is one of Maggie's favorite things, so she hauled off a few large chunks for herself. The boys followed suit and soon all 3 of them were happily chewing away. Did I mention that the vet said no ice for Maggie? Bad for the teeth, apparently.
It actually got a bit above freezing today so I went outside (in thick gloves), picked up all of the remaining ice chunks, and stashed them out of the way on top of the compost bins. Maggie will just have to wait for the snow to fall, melt & freeze again before she get her next fix.
Oh, and lest you think it's just ice that did in her teeth, Maggie also loves: sticks (and not just to chew on gently - she's like a canine woodchipper) and hard nylabones (which have been banned from our house). When she was young I called her "The Corginator, Little Dog of Destruction" thanks to her propensity to demolish anything small left laying around the house. She outgrew that one years ago, thankfully.