- A five-year-old Japanese dog has shown that animals can be fashionable too
- The dog known as Bontenmaru Shih Tzu was recently spotted with a look that resembles that of US singer Lady Gaga
- Bontenmaru rocked the singer's signature fringe and bob
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The photos of a five-year-old Japanese dog called Bontenmaru Shih Tzu is gaining attention online due to its look.
The dog has a look that resembles that of US singer Angelina Germanotta also known as Lady Gaga's signature fringe and bob.
A peek into Bontenmaru Instagram page shows that it was not born that way but its owner groomed its hair to look like that of the singer.
The dog's Instagram bio also showed that it lives in Tokyo, Japan with its owner.
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A dog that looks like Lady Gaga racks up thousands of Instagram followers.
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Photos of the five-year-old dog doing various activities are found on his page. With over 23, 000 followers, the cute little dog makes sure to entertain its followers.
In the photo below, Bontenmaru seems to be waiting on the order of its owner before it starts eating its delicious meal.
Bontenmaru was spotted in this photo sitting pretty on a white sofa.
The cute dog was spotted laying on a sofa while soaking in the morning sun.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a stray dog became an internet sensation for helping kindergarten children cross a busy road.
A recent case being that of a cute little dog known as Kupataa won the admiration of many for helping nursery school kids cross the road safely.
Kupataa, who is a stray dog in Georgia US, made it his job to protect the children as they cross the road to and from school.
It would stop oncoming cars by barking while the children cross at a Zebra-crossing. Kupataa gets cool when cars stop to allow the children to cross but flies off the hinges and goes after cars that fail to stop while barking angrily.
In another story, a lost dog walked 57 miles to locate the owner's old home.
A dog identified as Cleo had to walk 57 miles when it got lost to find its owner's former home in the US. When Micheal, the new owner of the home saw Cleo, he scanned the dog's chip and discovered that the miles the dog covered to the home was estimated to be over an hour drive and between 15-20 hours if one were to walk it.
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