Wild: The latest grooming craze in China
In what’s being described as the latest pet craze in China, dogs are being groomed and dyed to resemble other animals.
You can probably guess what we — being proponents of letting dogs be dogs –think of this. As if humanizing weren’t bad enough, now we’re subjecting them to tiger-izing and panda-izing?
Visitors recently gathered at a local pet market in Central China’s Zhengzhou city to view and photograph dogs who’d been trimmed and painted to resemble pandas and Siberian tigers, according to a report in the Montreal Gazette.
China has also been big on dyeing dogs unnatural colors. Both fads are believed to have started off in the good old USA.
Posted by John Woestendiek June 9th, 2010 under Muttsblog.
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