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The cleaning business owner says her ‘little celebrity’ loves the attention, and will often insist on stopping to lap up the attention and fussing.Sally, from Oldham, Greater Manchester, calls the resemblance ‘uncanny’, adding: ‘One of my friends commented and mentioned that he looks like Billy Connolly, everybody says he does.‘Everybody knows Noddy where we live, he’s like a little celebrity. He’s well known because of his haircut. ‘He gets his hair done at The Dog House in Lees, Jan specialises in his haircut.
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‘We just ask for his spiky and beard look – it’s a summer cut, and he loves getting it done.
‘With it being warmer now he gets his hair cut every five weeks.‘When we were in Cornwall last year this little boy came past and went “mummy that doggy’s got a beard” and she went “oh don’t be silly”.
‘Then she saw him and went “oh yeah”.
‘He gets lots of attention wherever he goes. You can’t just walk past somebody, you’ve got to stroke him. He’s a little people pleaser, he’s absolutely gorgeous.
‘When he’s all furry he looks like an Ewok from Star Wars – it’s two totally different looks.’
Limit treats to training rewards. This is an excellent way to make sure your dog views treats as special rather than expected. It’s also helpful in keeping your pet from becoming overweight or obese. Feed a species-appropriate diet, and partner with a holistic or integrative vet to maintain your pet’s well-being.
The mum-of-two said despite looking like a comedian, the little guy’s spirit is more like that of a different ‘wise soul’.She said: ‘He reminds me of Mr Miyagi from The Karate Kid.
‘He tells you what he wants by just looking at you, I can read what he wants through his eyes.‘He’s the loveliest dog in the world, we also have his daughter Rosie who lives with us, and she drives him crackers.
INTERESTING FACT ABOUT YOUR PET: Your dog is as smart as a two-year old! Ever wonder why children around this age seem to have a special bond with the family dog? It could be because they speak the same language, roughly 250 words and gestures in fact.
‘He’s got a funny side to him, and he’s treated like royalty with his little knitted blankets and pillows.
‘He deserves nothing less, I love him – everybody does.’
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