The founder and CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, adopted his Puli five years ago. And it's time to celebrate their awesome friendship!Last Saturday 28th November, he decided to celebrate their anniversary of friendship and to pay tribute to his favourite ball of fur... and dreadlocks!And obviously on Facebook!
In the spirit of this holiday weekend, I want to share the most joyful photo of Beast jumping I've ever seen. Even after...
Mark Zuckerberg posted this amazing photo of Beast along with a touching message:
In the spirit of this holiday weekend (Thanksgiving), I want to share the most joyful photo of Beast jumping I've ever seen. Even after living with this guy for five years, seeing him bounce around still makes me smile. I hope your holiday weekend has been joyful too.
Obviously, Beast has got his ownFacebook page. And over 2 million people follow his adventures! Here is one of the first photos the young man ever published after he adopted his furry friend:
Pulis, or Hungarian Shepherds, are mesmerising dogs. A Dog Time page dedicated to their breed describes their incredible coat :
The Puli isn't born with his dreadlocks. The adult coat comes in at about one year of age, at which time the fluff is separated by hand into cords. Some owners elect to trim off the coat to make it easier to care for, though diehard Puli enthusiasts cringe at the thought of this: the cords are a vital part of the Puli identity, they say. At maturity (about four years of age), the coat reaches the ground.