It was just the other day that Lola and Franklin's person pointed out so many of us have 'matched set' dogs. Like Wilie and Nabi from our SociaBulls group, former foster dog SuperLevi and his new Superdog sister Greta, and even our pitbull doppelgangers Miss Molly and Mr. Brodie all the way in Alaska.
The funny thing is, many people on our daily walks stop and ask whether the pooches are twins. But really, they are far from being twins. I think they have most people tricked:
Miss M is tall; Mr B is short.
Miss M is brindle; Mr B is gray.
We even think they're different types of pitbull-type dogs.
But much like a married couple, we've seen them start to morph into a single pooch.
Even when they're not touching:
I wonder whether we're automatically drawn to similar types of dogs? Or is it typical for dogs to start resembling eachother over time?