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This Dog Gets His First Haircut And Ends Up Losing 35lbs Of Fur

Once in a while, everyone needs a haircut and canines are no exception to this. Chopping off the hair of an animal is not for fashion, but it helps to keep the fly and ticks at bay. It is said that dogs who get haircuts regularly enjoy a good and healthy life as compared to those who don't. One such puppy who is in a desperate needs a haircut is Lazarus, The Great Pyrenees.

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This Dog Gets His First Haircut And Ends Up Losing 35lbs Of
Fur

This Dog Gets His First Haircut And Ends Up Losing 35lbs Of Fur

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Lazarus lived in a barn stall for six years from where he was rescued.

Lazarus lived in a barn stall  for six years from where he was rescued.

The animal was being saved by the Big Fluffy Dog Rescue.

The animal was being saved by the Big Fluffy Dog Rescue.

He lived in a very dirty condition with excrement everywhere.

He lived in a very dirty condition with excrement
everywhere.

When Lazarus got his first ever hair cut, he lost 35 lbs of fur.

When Lazarus got his first ever hair cut, he lost 35 lbs of
fur.

That's equal to another medium sized dog.

That’s equal to another medium sized dog.

Lazarus will now be trained how to act with people and other animals. 

Lazarus will now be trained how to act with people and other animals. 

He will be trained in baby steps so that it does not lead to stress for him.

He will be trained in baby steps so that it does not lead to stress for him.

Lazarus has been given various vaccines to keep him strong and healthy.

Lazarus has been given various vaccines to keep him strong
and healthy.

Groomer Candice Skelton was the person behind Lazarus haircut.

Groomer Candice Skelton was the person behind Lazarus
haircut.

During the grooming, the animal looked unsure but once the hair around his neck was chopped off, he calmed down.

During the grooming, the animal looked unsure but once the
hair around his neck was chopped off, he calmed down.

Finally rescued.

Finally rescued.

Big Fluffy Dog Rescue founder Jean Harrison said that Lazarus is slowly adapting to his new life and enjoying being a dog.

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