Yorkshire terrier Teddy is a real world star, but things could have turned out quite differently.
A tiny three-month-old puppy was taken from a shelter to be a birthday present for a little boy.
But at the first examination at the veterinarian, it turned out that the puppy was suffering from an umbilical hernia; he needed an operation.
It turned out that the family could not afford such expenses for the dog, although they became very attached to it.
And then the boy and his mother decided to find new owners for the Yorkie.
The person who agreed to help was Adriana, a 20-year-old student from Bratislava.
Two weeks later, she already had an operated and completely healthy dog in her arms – though in need of rehabilitation.
Even now, when Teddy is already an adult dog, he requires a special diet.
But how did an ordinary dog become an Instagram star with a crowd of followers? It’s all about Teddy’s amazing hairstyle.
Even when he was a puppy, Adriana noticed that his hair retained its shape after brushing. And no varnishes or mousses are needed.
One deft move – and the Yorkshire Terrier turned into the king of rock and roll, Elvis Presley.
Adriana began to shoot the dog, first for herself – for fun, and started Teddy’s own page on social networks.
The girl fell in love with dressing up the dog: bow ties, sparkling sweatshirts, even glasses!
It turned out that Teddy just loves to pose: he always looks at the camera, turns his “working angle” to the lens and is ready to pose motionless for hours.
On command, Teddy turns and bows his head or smiles.
After the first photo shoots, promotional offers rained down on the dog – clothing brands for animals from all over the world began to write to the owner.
Teddy has his own closet, where, on one side, all his sweaters and sweatshirts hang on tiny hangers – incredibly cute, on the other – multicolored collars, and on the shelf there are glasses and even an almost real crown.
The dog never goes for a walk naked, even in the hottest weather, because he has a separate collection of neckerchiefs.