Just ask Gini Graham Scott, creator of doyoulooklikeyourdog.com, where folks submit pictures of themselves with their pooches, who could pass for their furry twins.
Scott started noticing that masters and doggies look alike when she attended a dog show in 1992.
Since then, shes seen thousands of master/dog dopplegangers, which she judges on similarities in their hair, facial features, body type, personality, and clothing.
Scott says the look-alike phenomenon happens in two ways.
Either a person grows to look like their dog over the years, or they gravitate toward pooches who look and act like them from the start.
In any case, Scott says look-alikes are in all corners of the world, though men tend to look more like their dogs than women.
Do You Look Like Your Dog? has been made into a book, board game, and hopefully soon, a reality show.
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