NO matter where I go it seems in epidemic form how much dogs and their owners look alike!
I've seen them share similar stances, body types, even hair color!
Has anyone else observed these uncanny resemblances?
I think its great!
Yeah my dog has the exact same fur color as my hair he even has blond roots like me.
Yeah! That's really true. My brother's dog has the same habits like my brother has, they even lie on the sofa in the same way. LOL!
For sure!!! Maybe it's like looking for pictures in the clouds, but I def see resemblences between owners and their dogs. Sometimes, it's quite uncanny...
Holy crap! That's is so right! Just like a doberman that one!
yes, that was the only resemblance I can easily recall, Snoop Dog!
I remember also the wristlers, Bull Dog look so much like their Bull Dog.
So true ... and it's not just looks, personalities rub off, too.
My dog is good looking, so that kinda puts a wrench in this theory.
My dog is cute, so I think this theory has credibility.
I fixed that for ya Darky ... I drew a mustache on your avatar.
HA, you've made me smile with these responses, credibility hee hee Thanks for the smiles darkside and yoshi,
I have one of my dogs in my avatar. Hope she doesn't look like me, it will be like an insult to her LOL .
Um well Im at the other end of things , no not that end excatly but we really want to get an airedale (eventually)
and they are shaggy n have big noses an squarish faces
Too funny - there are a lot of people who look like their dogs, or their dogs look like them. I'm thankful I do not, I'd be a white fur ball shedding all the time
A lot of them do! Its sooo weird! I think People like animals who remind them of themselves..I don't know. haha
I got a mail long time back on the same topic. It has images of dogs and their owners who took part in a competition where they were looking for dog and their owner whose face matches the best.... unfortunately I do not remember the details. I guess it happened in Japan .... not sure
It couldnt be more true. Just take look at my avatar jk. She's sitting right next to me as i write this. Ouch i just got an elbow to the head
i've noticed it too, my cousion has a poodle and they look a like, they have the same kind of hair cut lmao.
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