Dog With Human-Like Eyebrows Becomes Viral Hit
An adorable dog has become an Instagram sensation and even been invited on to Russian TV due to her unusual human-looking eyebrows.
It's all a far cry from her early years when she lived as a stray on the streets of Bratsk in Russia.
She was eventually spotted by local residents who took her along to the Dobriye Ruki animal shelter and it wasn't long before she was adopted by a woman called Oksana.
Oksana said she saw some snaps of the cute dog on social media and decided she wanted to offer a new home.
She said: "I'm the happiest owner of the coolest dog ever. She even knows two commands already, sit and come here."
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A vet has confirmed that the strange markings on the dog's fur are legit - in case you were wondering if they'd been drawn on. Experts have said the dog may have some husky heritage in her, which could explain the unusual pattern. Whatever the cause, she looks a bit like Jim's dad from American Pie and I'm a big fan of that look on a dog, to be honest with you.
While appearing on the show the dog met another viral hit - a chubby racoon who recently went viral for a bizarre video in which it wiggled its belly. God bless the internet, eh?
A cute clip filmed before the pair went on air showed them playing around in the green room.
While this little dog's eyebrows are 100 percent the real deal, a US pet owner was left reeling recently after a groomer dyed her beloved pooch's eyebrows bright green. Not what you want really.
Graziella Puleo, 24, took her dog Lola to the groomers requesting a buzz cut, nail trim and teeth clean, but picking her nine-hours later she saw the groomer had unleashed their creative side, using neon green and pink dye to colour the fur.
Graziella said: "I almost cried. I was like, 'You dyed my dog's hair?'
"She looks like you painted on her and were trying to turn her into a clown."
Fortunately, the salon owner held her hands up and refunded Graziella the money as well as apologising, explaining: "We did wrong about the colour. We should have offered her first."
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