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This Little Girl Loses It When She Sees What Her Dog Looks Like After He Goes To The Groomers

We don’t know about you but we were very attached to our perritos as kids. We brushed their hair, wondered what they were thinking about and loved on them like crazy. No matter how much you think you were obsessed with your pet growing up, we bet this girl has you beat. The animal-loving platform The Dodo shared a precious video of a Spanish-speaking niña sobbing her eyes out after picking her dog up from the groomer.

It was simply a transformation she wasn’t ready for and didn’t want. Watch the phases of grief here.

This is her dream dog.

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He was chubby and furry and he was her chubby, furry boy before the groomer got their devilish hands on him. For this little girl, this is the dream dog. A baby Chewbaca.

One commenter with 58 likes said, “It looked like a sewer rat before.” We already know where this is going…

But now, her furry little monster is “totally bald!”

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Literally everyone in the comments thinks he looks cuter. “Que pena estaba llorando que le habian cortado el pelo al perro esta guapo asi,” comments one user. The verdict seems unanimous: “love the dogs haircut it looks really nice.” For her, the haircut is devastating.

“Parece puerco,” she cried. “Now he looks like a pig!”

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Que que?! We don’t see it, girl. ????This user incredulously asks,Did you not see the before picture kid?”

Then it dawns on her, he looks like a niña! It’s a travesty.

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At this point, the subtitles in between her laments just read “crying,” when really, she’s crying in Spanish. Big difference. Huge.

“Mira! Estaba parecer coletas. Mi pobrecito bebé!”

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She hates it. She’s hating all of it. Now, commenters are calling for the groomer to be fired for upsetting the girl so much. Don’t fret. A groomer made it into the comments: “Actually me and my mom are dog groomers, and what the groomer did was right. If the dog hadn’t been trimmed he would have smelled bad and would be all matted up, which isn’t good for the dogs coat. And from what the dog looked like, he needed it. Me and my mother have groomed dogs like that before and you wouldn’t believe the smell and how many bugs were in his coat. So good job for the mom and I hope the dog gets trimmed like that from now on.”

His fluffiness is her happiness. What can we say?

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This commenter is just trying to understand the situation from the dog’s perspective:

“Girl: he is baaaaaaaaald
Dog: why are you holding me upside down?
Girl: he doesn’t have puffy cheekssssss
Dog: are trying to give me food? Oh please give me food”

Meanwhile, the dog is just a limp rag doll the whole time she’s wailing.

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People in the comment section are trying to comfort her with the truest words, “Ur puppy will always be ur puppy no matter how bad he looks????????” Others will never get it. Looking at you Coraline Williams with the, “The dog looks fine calm down,” comment. ????

“Aww poor upset girl,” reads one comment. “The dog is like what is going on.”

I guess our kind are all groomed to like los cachetónes. ????

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Woof, though. Lots of parents can relate. One parent related so much she commented, “That feeling when your baby “ya no es un cachetón”. Breaks my heart. Thanks for the adorableness!!” The rest of us are feeling commenter Marilyn Alvarez’s vibes: “LOL…I wish I looked thinner when I get a haircut :)”

Then, she lifts the dog up to show her mom the worst of it all: he’s lost his chubby cheeks.

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Wait until she sees his feet. ????They look like creepy creature-of-the-night fingers!! shudders The comment thread for this video is filled with “pobrecita”‘s and “ya no puedo.”

Of course, every Latina mom ever is just going to look at this laugh fest and say, “A ver, dimelo.” All the non-Latinos are wondering why the mom isn’t explaining to her daughter what’s going on. Pero, we know why. Latina moms love recording the goofy reactions we have has kids. There’s no time to explain that the hair will grow back. How else would we have been gifted the bendiciones of this video?

Watch the full breakdown below!

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A Woman Saves A Dog During The Texas Snow Storm Using Tortillas

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A Woman Saves A Dog During The Texas Snow Storm Using Tortillas

Texas recently dealt with one of the worst winter storms in its history. Millions were left without water and power for days and Sen. Ted Cruz was caught up in a scandal after being caught going on a Mexican vacation. One pup is catching everyone’s attention after being rescued thanks to tortillas.

One lucky dog in San Antonio was saved from the cold by a caring woman with tortillas.

Kristina Salinas-Labrador was out buying tortillas for her family on Thursday when she spotted a dog in the freezing cold in San Antonio, Texas. Instead of driving by, Kristin stopped her car and spent 30 minutes luring the dog to the warmth of her car using tortillas. Kristin told the WOAI reporter that he stopped to save the dog’s life because he was skinny and could likely die from the cold weather that crippled much of Texas.

According to her interview with WOAI, Kristin saved the dog because she felt like helping during the hard times Texans are facing.

“Dogs, they don’t know what’s going on; cats, pets, they don’t know what’s going on,” Kristin told the reporter. “So, we try to help them out – one dog at a time. I’m hoping the next person will stop, too, and help the different strays.”

This isn’t the first time that Kristin or her wife have picked up a stray animal.

Nicole Salinas-Labrador, Kristin’s wife, told NBC News that the dog’s name is now Taco. Nicole admitted that she and her wife often stop for stray dogs and cats when they see them while out and about. Nicole joked that her wife used her “Mexican ways” to get the dog in the car, according to NBC News.

The couple is taking care of Taco until they can find a forever home for the sweet pup.

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“Hello everyone! Thank you for sharing and for your interest! He was scanned for chip and he doesn’t have one. And no one has still claimed him,” Nicole wrote in a comment under the Facebook post. “He is with me and my family for now. He is getting fully vetted today and making sure he is in perfect health. Anyone that is interested in adopting him feel free to PM me. This process will def take some time.. I do extensive background checks to make sure any stray that is in my care goes to the absolute best forever home. Any questions feel free to message me.”

READ: Sen. Ted Cruz Makes Quick U-Turn From Mexico After Outrage He Abandoned His Frozen Texas

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Chihuahua ‘Sweet Pea’ Is Reunited With Her Owner After Being Lost For 5 Years

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Chihuahua ‘Sweet Pea’ Is Reunited With Her Owner After Being Lost For 5 Years

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Miracles do, indeed, happen. Just in time for the holidays, a Chihuahua who was reunited with her owner went viral because of the time it took for her to find her way back home: five years, specifically.

The Chihuahua, whose name is Sweet Pea, was discovered by the Humane Society on Tuesday afternoon in Covina–almost 30 miles away from her owner.

Sweet Pea went missing in Compton, California in 2015 and her owner, Ursula Lopez had long giver up hope of ever finding her. But a few days ago, Lopez received a call from the Inland Valley Humane Society that they had found Sweet Pea wandering around in Covina–almost 30 miles away.

The long-awaited reunion was captured on video by a local news station.

In the video, an animal handler brings out Sweet Pea as Lopez waits patiently on a nearby bench. Lopez appears to be emotional as Sweet Pea is brought closer to her. After the handler places Sweet Pea in Lopez’s arms, the reunion is complete.

When asked what it means to her to have Sweet Pea back, Lopez said: “It means the world to me.”

Sweet Pea was a little worse for the wear, looking a bit grey around her face, her nails long and haggard. But soon, the pup was packed into Lopez’s car, looking cozy and comfortable on a doggie bed.

Lopez’s parting words about Sweet Pea were truly heartwarming: “She’s ready to go home.” We bet she is.

The Inland Valley Humane Society was able to located Ursula Lopez because Sweet Pea had been microchipped.

Microchipping is a procedure in which a small radio-frequency transponder that is the size of a grain of rice is injected under the loose skin of your pet’s shoulder blades. Rescuers can locate a pet’s owner if the unique ID associated with the chip is registered in a national pet-recovery database.

Every year, roughly 10 million pets become lost from their owner. But if a pet is microchipped, they are approximately 50% more likely to be reunited with their owner.

We’re glad that Lopez has her doggie to snuggle up with during the holidays. We hope she holds on to her tight.

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