The dog that looks like a BEAR: Russian animal shelter slams ‘irresponsible breeders’ who bred…
DAILY MAIL UK ^ | Dec. 17, 2017 | Kelly Mclaughlin For Mailonline
Posted on 12/17/2017 1:05:25 PM PST by Morgana
FULL TITLE: The dog that looks like a BEAR: Russian animal shelter slams ‘irresponsible breeders’ who bred a chow chow with a mystery long-snouted breed
An animal shelter has slammed ‘irresponsible breeders’ after a stray dog with the face resembling that of a bear was discovered living on the streets of Russia.
The odd-looking dog was brought into an animal shelter in Chelyabinsk in south-central Russia’s Cheliabinsk Oblast region and has baffled locals who say they have ‘never seen anything like it before’.
The stray dog, nicknamed Medvebaka from the Russian words for bear and dog, appears to have the body of a canine with a bear-like snout and head.
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If saw that coming down the street would think it’s a bear!
To: Joe 6-pack
you have to see this one!
Have you seen this dog?
If they saw only the face … the coat and body shape aren’t quite right.
The most toxic place on the planet.
Can we be certain it was a BREEDER responsible for this?/s
The Russians living in rural areas heavily contaminated with radioactive waste reported seeing “new kinds of animals” (animal mutations) so if not purely intentional breeding, there’s an alternative explanation right there.
To: left that other site
Damn Vodka again
So sad…I read more of the article, and the poor creature is so stressed and traumatized that he probably will not ever find a new owner.
I hate stories like that.
To: Delta 21
THat is it!! Rachel Dolezal of the animal world.
Too much Wodka Vill make you Womit!
He looks so sad.
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