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A woman from Missouri was left laughing when her Newfoundland dog was a “no pants” style, with only his hind legs shaved by a miscommunication with a new groomer.
Carli Cunningham of Parkville couldn’t help but laugh when she recently picked up her dog Ruger, 4, of an appointment with a new groomer to find that the stylist didn’t quite deliver what they are asked, Daily Mail reports.
In a 30-second clip shared on YouTube, Cunningham giggles in her car as her puppy paws around in the back seat, apparently unfazed by the shaky new look.
“So he looks great here….I mean, as good as he can,” the woman patiently explained before bursting into hysteria.
(Good News Agency)
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“So he looks great here …. I mean, as good as he can,” the woman patiently explained before bursting into hysteria.
“Ruger, what happened to you buddy?!” she wonders.
The playful pet, he won a visit to the shop after the jump from a “swamp”, such as the swimming pool, the e-Mail reports. With his usual groomer was not available for an appointment, Cunningham contact with other professional and asked for a “teddy cut” for her dear pup.
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Four-year-old Ruger, photo, recently returned from a new groomer with very unusual hairstyle.
(Good News Agency)
“I agreed to her to cut his mats out and put our dog is a ‘teddy ‘ cut’, where they candles in his fur on his butt down and get the mats out and thinner,” the owner of the dog said. “I spoke with [the new shop] on the phone and she recommended to start on the skin’.”
To show that they don’t want Ruger fully shaved, Cunningham suspects that the new groomer “got fed up with me and decided to give him pants.”
When she picked her pet up from the stylist, the Missouri woman was shocked to find that her dog had gotten “no pants” cut — while the rest of his coat was untouched.
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“Ruger came out of the room, as if he was the other man in a cheating wife the house,” Cunningham joked of the ultimate look. “The damage was done and I was so angry I laughed, a lot.”
According to the American Kennel Club, the sweet-tempered Newfie breed is “one of the world’s largest dogs.”
Male puppies can grow to a weight of up to 150 pounds and measures 28 inches at the shoulder; heavy, silky coat requires a thorough brushing at least once a week.