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Woman takes dog to the groomer – but doesn’t recognise him when he comes out

A woman who took her dog to the groomer for a ‘little trim’ got a big shock when she went to collect the pooch.

A dog owner was left unable to recognise her own pet after a groomer gave him a very drastic hair cut.

Carley Coca from Florida took her seven-year-old Samoyed, named Nanuk, to her local groomer for a “trim” but there was a mix-up in communication along the way.

When the 28-year-old arrived to pick up her fluffy white dog she was surprised to discover he was completely bald – and would have to wear sun cream until his fur grew back.

Nanuk ended up looking more like a British Bull Terrier than a Samoyed – but luckily Carley saw the funny side of the situation.

 

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