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14/10/2016, 10:00

Fur-reaky! Dog left scared of his own hair as it forms a perfect clone on the floor when his owners gave him a trim

This is the hilarious moment a dog was left scared of its own fur after his owner gave him a trim and the hair formed a perfect clone on the floor.

Goose, an eight-year-old Yorkshire Terrier, had a puzzled look on his face after being sheared last week having grown his coat for more than two months. 

His owner, hospitality manager Grant Brown, from Glasgow, Scotland, with his wife Laura, 25, said the pattern formed almost perfectly as he tidied up Goose's coat.

Puzzled: This is the hilarious moment a dog was left scared of its own fur after his owner gave him a trim and the hair formed a perfect clone on the floor

Mr Brown, 31, said: 'We give him a haircut every couple of months because he gets a bit messy as it is started falling off him I realised it looked pretty cool.

'We had been waiting a wee while longer because we were waiting on a new set of clippers to come in the post so it was quite straggly.

'His hair does grow quite long but he enjoys getting it cut too. My wife likes it shorter so when the new gear came I sat him down and got it done.

'There's little bits of grey and white that come off him too and it fell into a pile and I thought if I neatened it up it would look pretty cool.'

He added: 'So when I was done I swept it all up into the same shape as Goose and sure enough he posed beside it.

In need of a trim: Goose, an eight-year-old Yorkshire Terrier, had a puzzled look on his face after being sheared last week having grown his coat for more than two months

His owner, hospitality manager Grant Brown, from Glasgow, Scotland, with his wife Laura (pictured together), 25, said the pattern formed almost perfectly as he tidied up Goose's coat

Mr Brown, who also owns a four-year-old Chihuahua-Jack Russell cross called Eva, said Goose's hair resembled 'a cockatoo' before it faced the chop. Goose is pictured left and right

'He's probably wondering what's going on and why there is something that looks like him on the hallway floor.

'I think he looks pretty pleased with the outcome but at the same time a little bit confused. The picture made me laugh because it looks like he has a twin with him.'

Mr Brown, who also owns a four-year-old Chihuahua-Jack Russell cross called Eva, said Goose's hair resembled 'a cockatoo' before it faced the chop.

He added: 'He's the runt of the litter so when he was a puppy he just had a little goatee and his coat was jet black, but it's evolved a bit now.

'The clippers are special dog ones that we ordered off the internet so he's pretty pampered. They work really well.' 

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