Under the impression that she was painted on by local pranksters, the rescuers took the dog to the Dobriye Ruki animal shelter. It was soon confirmed by staff that the dog’s eyebrows – or rather fur markings – were completely natural.
Canine experts determined that the stray doggo is likely to be part-Husky with the distinctive eyebrows being indicative of this lineage.Soon after images of the dog were posted online, a woman named Oksana Maymsina agreed to adopt her, meaning she only spent five days in the shelter.
So, what name did she give to the dog with the striking brows? Frida, of course. After the Mexican painter known for her surrealist art, colourful self-portraits and of course, those bushy brows. If Frida the pooch has inspired you to up your brow game, check out Shrek brows , garden brows , dripping brows , dipped brows and even brows that take up your entire forehead . You can also take a look at another strong-brow-gamed dog, but this pup – Madame Eyebrows – isn’t quite as sassy looking. Instead, her brows make her look extremely bad – which probably works in her favour in terms of getting more treats.
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