Canadian dog owner pounded for decorating her poodle to look like a SKELET for Day of the Dead

Canadian dog owner is beaten to decorate her poodle to look like a SKELET from the Mexican Day of the Dead festival

  • Samantha Hum, from Quebec, dressed her miniature poodle for Dia de Muertos
  • But despite the sparkling appearance of the dog, it could be seen vibrating in video
  • Viewers believed that she had gone too far with her costume and that it was cruel
  • But Hum said her dog was used to it and shook while waiting for her treat
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A Canadian dog owner has been beaten to decorate her poodle to look like a skeleton from the Day of the Dead festival in Mexico.

Samantha Hum decorated her three-year-old miniature poodle named Glow Cotton Candy with striking black and white stripes and jewelry in their home in Quebec.

But she is criticized for going too far with the costume and people have wondered if the dog is having fun while she seems to be shaking.

Glow Cotton Candy vibrated in the video while the owner showed the colorful skeleton of the Day of the Dead

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Glow Cotton Candy vibrated in the video while the owner showed the colorful skeleton of the Day of the Dead

Pet video caused online outrage with some viewers that it & # 39; cruel & # 39; called and said the dog seemed scared.

Laura Chapman said: & # 39; That has gone too far and I don't like the look, it's stupid. I feel sorry for the dog. & # 39;

Terez Maria wrote: & # 39; This is not cute or cool. It is a living creature, not a toy. I think the owner knows it wrong. & # 39;

Alex Allen added: “This looks very uncomfortable and cruel, it's like those toddlers in tiara's whose mothers dress them in skimpy clothes.

Matthew Boudreau wrote: & # 39; Your dog does not want to be dressed and paraded. Why do people need to do this? Why don't you shave off your own hair and post a picture of yourself? & # 39;

Jennifer McLaren Crystal Smith said: & # 39; Let dogs be dogs, don't play things for people who want attention with very little attention to their pet. & # 39;

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Samantha said that many people supported the appearance of her dog, but admitted that others had mixed reactions to it.

She said her pooch had been trained for dog shows from an early age and was previously part of the Canadian kennel club.

The dog lover added that instead of doing dog shows, Glow Cotton Candy is now showing her talents in grooming competitions.

Hum said her dog was used to being dressed in different styles and only shook while waiting for her to get her treat

Hum said her dog was used to being dressed in different styles and only shook while waiting for her to get her treat

Hum said her dog was used to being dressed in different styles and only shook while waiting for her to get her treat

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Samantha said: & # 39; Glow Cotton Candy shakes a bit because she anticipates the handful of delicacies I used to make her follow the camera. She is a trained professional and very often cared for.

& # 39; All products used are safe for pets, the gems are stickers and were used for mailing only because of their size. This type of care is performed in short sessions over a few days or weeks. No different for the dog than a normal grooming session.

& # 39; I don't have to force her to do anything, because she likes being pampered. She has been cared for and trained for this for five weeks and she turns four in February. She is a very beloved and happy dog. & # 39;

The dog looked like one of the participants in Dia de Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, a Mexican holiday where family and friends come together to pray for lost relatives on their spiritual journey.

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