Wal-ruff! Bored pet owners use carrots and hot dog buns to transform their dogs into WALRUSES in bizarre new craze
- Dog owners used either carrots or hot dog buns to represent enormous teeth
- But other owners turned to alternatives like chopsticks with no carrots available
- Real walrus dogs are medium-sized and weigh in the region of 40lb and 65lb
- They are a crossbreed of the wrinkly shar pei and a stumpy basset hound
It appears that some dog owners around the country have fashioned the latest bizarre craze of the lockdown period – by transforming their hounds into walruses.
Some owners of our four-legged friends have attempted to cure their lockdown boredom by posting snaps of their pets with either carrots or hot dog buns in their mouths to represent enormous teeth.
And with several having been posted on social media, it appears converting dogs into makeshift walruses has become the latest craze to grip the nation.
Dog owners have began to transform their pet dogs into makeshift walruses during the lockdown period
Owners of our four-legged friends appear to have found the latest bizarre craze to grip the nation during lockdown
And pictures of the newlook hounds have been posted online as owners attempt to cure their lockdown boredom
But judging by the pictures, it appears the dogs seemed less than happy with their newly imposed style.
One French bulldog owner appeared to have no carrots available to use, so substituted them for some dandelion leaves to give his pooch a set of little green fangs.
However, news of the existence among top breeders of actual walrus dogs will come as a disappointment to these owners hoping to have established a new breed of hound.
Owners from around the country have used hotdog buns and other breaded items to give their hounds a new set of fangs
Some also used to either slice up carrots or leave them as a whole before snapping their pet’s new look
Experts from Dogs Net say that walrus dogs are a crossbreed of the wrinkly Chinese shar pei and a stumpy basset hound.
They also state that they are medium-sized dogs that weigh in the region of 40lb and 65lb, and are described as ‘usually loyal, friendly and intelligent’ companions.
Walrus dogs can also vary immensely on looks and personalities because their parents are so different from one another, but owners are often wary of their stubborn side.
Some owners however had to use alternative items such as chopsticks as a substitute with no carrots available to them
But the owners will be dissapointed to find out that they have not established a new breed of dog, with the walrus dog already in existence