Australian dancer shares hilarious photo of dog’s lockdown look: 'This is too adorable'
Australian ballroom dancer and "Strictly Come Dancing" star Natalie Lowe recently shared an amusing photo of her dog Cooper while she and her family remain in quarantine.
On June 10, Lowe released a photo of Cooper showing his top bun along with his lush curls.
"You know you were in #lockdown forever when your dog needed a topknot to keep his hair away from his face," she wrote. "Cooper, you're not the only one desperately looking for a # haircut darling."
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Posted by Natalie Lowe (@natalielowe_strictly_fitsteps) on June 10, 2020 at 9:32 am PDT
The Rib Tickling post has since received over 1,000 comments and many comments from entertained Instagram users.
"It's too adorable," wrote one person.
"Your dog is soooo cute and soft like a lovely teddy," added another.
In April, a jewelry designer tried to quarantine her Pomeranian and similarly shared a humorous photo of the result. This post received more than 3,500 likes and over 1,000 comments.
As PETA notes, dog owners should be careful when trying to groom their pets. The owners should find a safe and well-lit place and use the appropriate dog care. The organization also warns against grooming too quickly, using fragrant shampoo, and bathing dogs too often.
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