A dog was out for a walk with its owner when people mistook it for a panda. The owner then told how he had dyed his pet as it already resembled panda. The owner of the dog said he had used natural dyes to color and that his dyes were harmless. Do you think it's okay for people to color their pets?
A dog was being walked in the city of Leshan in China. What's interesting is that many mistook the pet for a panda. But to make it clear, I am sure that was not a mistake on people's part. The dog did resemble the black and white animal way too much.
Later, it turned out that it was a pet dog who had been colored black and white through dyes. The white chow-chow dog named Mei Niu (which translates as Pretty Girl) was colored black in some parts to resemble a panda. The owner of the dog, Mr. Yan revealed he had used natural dyes to color his dog and that his dyes were harmless to the skin of the animal.
This has not happened for the first time in China. In past, owner of the Cute Pet Games pet café had dyed his six chow chow dogs to make them look like panda. At the time, the action was condemned by the animal rights organisation PETA.
"There are always risks with using dyes on animals, to their fur, skin, nose and eyes. Animals should not be a tool for people to paint," a spokesperson had said.
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