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Moustached puppy is going viral, so named for its resemblance to Salvador Dali

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Puppy, for adoption goes viral a striking resemblance to Salvador Dali.

The likeness is surreal.

A small dog with a big moustache, earning legions of fans for its unusual resemblance to the late surrealist artist, Salvador Dali.

The puppy, who was placed, along with the rest of the family, with a foster in the Dallas area, it quickly went viral and earned her the name of Salvador Dolly, due to her curled Dali-esque moustache.
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Bones to the Rescue in Dallas, Texas, over the 5-week-old stray puppy, along with her mother and 10 brothers and sisters from the Dallas Animal Services shelter is the third-highest number of animal feed in the country as a whole.

Bones to the Rescue in Dallas, Texas, over the 5-week-old stray puppy, along with her mother and 10 brothers and sisters from the Dallas Animal Services shelter is the third-highest number of animal feed in the country as a whole.
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The non-profit, Hearts and Bones, Rescue and posted a photo of the group on his Instagram page last week, but it was a black-and-white puppy was in the back, in particular because of its distinctive facial markings.

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The puppy, who was placed, along with the rest of the family, with a foster in the Dallas area, it quickly went viral and earned her the name of Salvador Dolly, due to her curled Dali-esque moustache.

Salvador Dolly and her brood will be held in new YORK city at the end of August or beginning of September, to be determined.
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Salvador Dolly and her brood will be held in new YORK city at the end of August or beginning of September, the, true Heart, and Bones to the Rescue will be accepting applications for those of you who are interested in adopting the puppies, knowledge of 1920’s-era art and will not be required.

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Donations and applications can be made to the Heart and the Bones web site.

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