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Question captivating the world: How would a dog wear pants?

DOGS. They've worked for thousands of years to capture our hearts and our leftover chicken breast meat, but now the four-legged critters have stolen the attention of the internet - and it's because they have four legs. 

US journalist Jared Keller shared an image online of two pants style options for dogs - one covering the hind legs, and the other going under the tummy and covering both legs. 

How would a dog wear pants?

This poll ended on 02 January 2016.

On two legs - 96%

On four legs - 3%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

He said he raised the question of how a dog would wear pants after seeing the image drawn by a man who said he was inspired after seeing some dogs in pants. 

The image has since gone viral with much debate raised over how a dog would indeed wear pants. 

Have you taken a photo of your dog wearing pants? Email it to crystal.jones@news-mail.com.au

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Topics:  dogs, editors picks, internet, offbeat, pets




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