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New Chinese Trend Involves Dyeing Dogs to Look Like Wild Animals
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Simone
- 1675 days ago - weirdasianews.com
A recent development in China involves taking ordinary dogs and dyeing their fur to make them resemble wild animals. For example, chow chows have dyed black and white to resemble pandas, while retrievers have been dyed to resemble tiger
   

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