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Pookah the dog gets a 'panda makeover' from animal stylist (but ends up looking more like a raccoon)
This pampered pooch has a new look to dye for.

Pookah's quirky new makeover was meant to make him look just like a panda - but the pet also now looks a lot like a raccoon.

Judging by these photos though, he is loving his new black and white style.

According to animal stylist Catherine Miles, from Darwin, Australia, using colour and clippers to transform your pet is now a popular trend.
Pookah the dog made up to look like a panda bounding around in Darwin, AustraliaPookah the dog made up to look like a panda bounding around his garden in Darwin, Australia

Pookah has been given a quirky new makeover to look just like a pandaLike a raccoon? Animal stylist Catherine Miles using colour and clippers to transform her pet

Indeed, the creative colouring has seen everything from poodles to pussy cats getting a special new look.

Ms Miles said: 'It's all about creativity. It's a little bit of a fashion statement and it's getting more common.'

However, she warned that the sprucing up of pets should only be done by a professional who uses specially created dyes that are safe for animals.

'Don't ever use people products or try it at home.'

A panda in its homeland in Chin

A young raccoon pauses eating crab apples on a sidewalk in Bettendorf, Iowa

What is it more like? A panda in its homeland in its natural habitat in China (left) and (right) a young raccoon pauses eating crab apples on a sidewalk in Bettendorf, Iowa


Animal stylist Catherine Miles using colour and clippers to transform your petBarking: The creative colouring has seen everything from poodles to pussy cats getting a special new look
Creative colouring: Pookah showing off his new black and white lookCreative colouring: Pookah showing off his new black and white lookDyed dog made up to look like a panda, Darwin, Australia

Ruff: The dyed dog made up to look like a panda in Darwin, Australia

Human hair dye is notoriously dangerous for a pet that can easily turn around and lick the chemicals off its coat, and can cause irritation to the skin underneath the hair.


Colouring dogs' coats became a huge fad in China in 2010 when pictures began to emerge of owners and petting zoos that had dyed their dogs to look like wild animals.


Chow Chows were given the colours of panda bears, the soft fluffy coats lending themselves well to the look of their black and white counterparts.

According to animal stylist Catherine Miles using colour and clippers to transform your pet is now a popular trendAccording to animal stylist Catherine Miles using colour and clippers to transform your pet is now a popular trend

According to animal stylist Catherine Miles using colour and clippers to transform your pet is now a popular trendColouring dogs' coats became a huge fad in China in 2010 when pictures began to emerge of owners and petting zoos that had dyed their dogs to look like wild animals
According to animal stylist Catherine Miles using colour and clippers to transform your pet is now a popular trendJudging by these photos, Pookah is loving his new black and white look

Ms Miles said of Pookah's new look: 'It's a little bit of a fashion statement and it's getting more common'Ms Miles said of Pookah's new look: 'It's a little bit of a fashion statement and it's getting more common'

According to animal stylist Catherine Miles using colour and clippers to transform your pet is now a popular trendMs Miles warned that sprucing up of pets should only be done by a professional








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