This charming dog has beautiful long eyelashes, for which some women are ready to kill.
Chloe Shaw, 20, from Romford, Essex, bought her super-cute dog Walt in August for £1,500. She admitted that she was immediately attracted to his gorgeous eyes and long eyelashes.
The girl said that strangers often stopped her on the street with her 10-month-old puppy to comment on his stunning eyelashes, which made him look more charming than any Disney princess.
Chloe added: «He’s a super cheeky and cute dog who likes the attention he gets from people on our walks. »
Like humans, dogs have eyelashes to protect their eyes.
When they dig, play outside or explore the park, their eyelashes do not allow foreign objects or debris to get into their eyes.
But unlike their owners, dog eyelashes are only on the upper eyelid, not on the lower part of the eye.
Dogs’ eyelashes can be trimmed. But, if they do not bother the dog, they should not be touched so that their eyes are reliably protected.
They will grow back if they are cut off.
Long-haired dogs, like Cocker spaniels, are more likely to have long eyelashes than others.
Other breeds known for their envious eyelashes are Maltese, Yorkshire Terriers, Lhasa Apsos, Shih tzus and poodles.
The Guinness World Record holder for the longest eyelashes as of 2014 is an Australian labradoodle from Tokyo, Japan, named Ranmaru, whose eyelashes were 17 centimeters in size.