A dog with such lush fur and flowing mane is mistaken for a real person

A dog with such lush fur and flowing mane is mistaken for a real person

Updated on March 27, 2022 20:33 PM by Ella Bina

Dog With Lavish Fur

A dog with such lavish fur is taking the internet by storm, with people mistaking the dog for a natural person.Roman is an Afghan hound, a breed known for its enviable mane, often spotted at dog shows, including the world-famous Crufts.The Afghan hound is an aloof and dignified aristocrat of sublime beauty among the most eye-catching dog breeds.The American Kennel Club (AKC), which recognized the breed in 1926, described the majestic pooches as "regal."

Supermodel Rival

And it's not hard to see why, with Afghans sporting luxuriously long fur, enough to rival any supermodel. However, the thick, silky, flowing coat of the breed's crowning glory isn't just for show: it served as protection from the harsh climate in mountainous regions where Afghans originally earned their keep.

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Full OF Hair Is Beauty

Whereas we are not sure if Roman, based in Minneapolis, is heading to the mountains for a hunt any time soon, the internet has agreed his full head of hair is a thing of beauty. Clips of the canine, born in 2017, have been shared to TikTok by his owner, under username @severus.snoot, where they have been seen hundreds of thousands of times.

Fooled Numerous People

One clip shared on a weekday fooled numerous people as Roman was filmed at an unusual angle, showing off his mane while obscuring his face.The camera panned around, revealing the owner of the hairstyle was, in fact, of a four-legged variety, as numerous TikTokers admitted they thought the hair belonged to a human. Unsurprisingly, Afghans require a lot of grooming due to their coat, which requires a lather, rinse, and repeat.


As expected, the long, silky of an adult Afghan requires regular grooming. A few hours per week of brushing are needed to keep the hair free of tangles and mats and remove debris. Every day must clean the hair, and mat-free is the key to keeping the Afghan's glorious coat looking good. Everyday bathing, with shampoo and conditioner, is also required.

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