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Owner treats her husky to a makeover and the adorable pooch doesn’t want it to end

Owner treats her husky to a makeover and the adorable pooch doesn’t want it to end

  •  An adorable husky enjoyed a makeover and didn’t want the session to end
  •  Footage emerged of a dog owner applying make-up to her pooch in her house
  • The owner was applying her own make-up and didn’t want to be left out 
  •  The dog cries out for attention until the owner pretends to apply cheek powder 

An adorable husky enjoyed a makeover by his owner and didn’t want his pamper session to end.

Hilarious video footage has emerged of the cute pooch sitting beside his female owner on the couch who appears to be doing her own make-up.

But the husky wants in on the action and cries aloud when he’s not getting attention from her.

Not to be outdone by its owner, the husky wants a make-up session and insists on getting one

Not to be outdone by its owner, the husky wants a make-up session and insists on getting one

The husky cries  out loud when he's not getting attention from his owner and she has to succumb to his demands 

The husky cries  out loud when he’s not getting attention from his owner and she has to succumb to his demands 

The husky appears to be most relaxed as his owner applies eye make up to his lids 

The husky appears to be most relaxed as his owner applies eye make up to his lids 

The owner proceeds to apply eye-make up on the husky and stops again , much to the dismay of the adorable animal.

She then goes back to the husky and pretends to apply powder to the dog’s snout as he rests his head on a cushion on her lap. 

Siberian huskies are known for their powerful but seemingly effortless gait. Tipping the scales at no more than 60 pounds, they are noticeably smaller and lighter than their burly cousin, the Alaskan Malamute. 

As born pack dogs, they enjoy family life and get on well with other dogs. The Siberian husky’s innate friendliness renders them indifferent watchdogs.

They are affectionate with everyone and are not known to be aggressive. 

 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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