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Poddali psa operacji plastycznej bo nie podobały im się jego uszy (3)

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Pic shows: Marina Esmat, dog owner; By Aleksandra Cvetkovska A family have been slammed for taking their dog to have plastic surgery - because they did not like the shape of its ears. Vets were asked to lower the ears of the poor pooch because he did not look exactly like the character from a film that is the favourite of their seven-year-old son. Mum Marina Esmat, 37, told her boy he could have a Jack Russell after falling in love with Jim Carey's pet in the hit classic The Mask. She bought him a six-week-old puppy for 20,000 RUB (280 GBP) but as he grew, the family noticed that instead of growing downwards like most dogs of the breed, they were in fact going up. They tried using weights on his ears and even using glue to keep them down but it did not work. She said: "We noticed that after a month, something with his ears was off. We decided that we would fix this and started looking for a surgeon. First we tried to glue a patch and coins to his ears, but that did not help. The dog, of course, was feeling discomfort. "At a family meeting we decided that we would fix his ears with the help of a surgeon. The doctors tried to convince us not to do it, but we decided that that way it would look more aesthetic. We would like him to reproduce, but with his ears lifted we could not find him a mate for breeding. Also, we would like to go to dog shows. Now everything is great." The vets they visited tried to talk the family out of the surgery but the family were adamant. Surgeon Andrey Mezin said he was against the operation, calling it "unnecessary." He said: "The people contacted the vet clinic asking the vets to lower the ears of the dog. "We don't think that this surgery is justified, but some ask a lot, want to change the way the ear looks so that the dog would look like he belongs to some kind of breed. "A surgery was performed. We injured the cartilage and because of that, the standing ear became lying. The dog owner strongly insisted, because they wante
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Pic shows: Andrey Mezin, vet surgeon; By Aleksandra Cvetkovska A family have been slammed for taking their dog to have plastic surgery - because they did not like the shape of its ears. Vets were asked to lower the ears of the poor pooch because he did not look exactly like the character from a film that is the favourite of their seven-year-old son. Mum Marina Esmat, 37, told her boy he could have a Jack Russell after falling in love with Jim Carey's pet in the hit classic The Mask. She bought him a six-week-old puppy for 20,000 RUB (280 GBP) but as he grew, the family noticed that instead of growing downwards like most dogs of the breed, they were in fact going up. They tried using weights on his ears and even using glue to keep them down but it did not work. She said: "We noticed that after a month, something with his ears was off. We decided that we would fix this and started looking for a surgeon. First we tried to glue a patch and coins to his ears, but that did not help. The dog, of course, was feeling discomfort. "At a family meeting we decided that we would fix his ears with the help of a surgeon. The doctors tried to convince us not to do it, but we decided that that way it would look more aesthetic. We would like him to reproduce, but with his ears lifted we could not find him a mate for breeding. Also, we would like to go to dog shows. Now everything is great." The vets they visited tried to talk the family out of the surgery but the family were adamant. Surgeon Andrey Mezin said he was against the operation, calling it "unnecessary." He said: "The people contacted the vet clinic asking the vets to lower the ears of the dog. "We don't think that this surgery is justified, but some ask a lot, want to change the way the ear looks so that the dog would look like he belongs to some kind of breed. "A surgery was performed. We injured the cartilage and because of that, the standing ear became lying. The dog owner strongly insisted, because they wan
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Pic shows: The dog; By Aleksandra Cvetkovska A family have been slammed for taking their dog to have plastic surgery - because they did not like the shape of its ears. Vets were asked to lower the ears of the poor pooch because he did not look exactly like the character from a film that is the favourite of their seven-year-old son. Mum Marina Esmat, 37, told her boy he could have a Jack Russell after falling in love with Jim Carey's pet in the hit classic The Mask. She bought him a six-week-old puppy for 20,000 RUB (280 GBP) but as he grew, the family noticed that instead of growing downwards like most dogs of the breed, they were in fact going up. They tried using weights on his ears and even using glue to keep them down but it did not work. She said: "We noticed that after a month, something with his ears was off. We decided that we would fix this and started looking for a surgeon. First we tried to glue a patch and coins to his ears, but that did not help. The dog, of course, was feeling discomfort. "At a family meeting we decided that we would fix his ears with the help of a surgeon. The doctors tried to convince us not to do it, but we decided that that way it would look more aesthetic. We would like him to reproduce, but with his ears lifted we could not find him a mate for breeding. Also, we would like to go to dog shows. Now everything is great." The vets they visited tried to talk the family out of the surgery but the family were adamant. Surgeon Andrey Mezin said he was against the operation, calling it "unnecessary." He said: "The people contacted the vet clinic asking the vets to lower the ears of the dog. "We don't think that this surgery is justified, but some ask a lot, want to change the way the ear looks so that the dog would look like he belongs to some kind of breed. "A surgery was performed. We injured the cartilage and because of that, the standing ear became lying. The dog owner strongly insisted, because they wanted a show dog. On
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