There's a new breed of dog in town. It's more fit and fabulous than anything you've seen before. You can't buy it in a market or a pet-shop. You can only get it at your neighbourhood veterinarian/plastic surgeon.
The plastic surgery industry has helped millions of flabby, unattractive people, and slain a very small percentage. However, until this point, homely dogs have had to endure the tragedy without recourse. Now there's hope. Korean veteranarians have pioneered techniques designed to help your dog be the best-looking dog he can be. This dog (pictured above) will receive lightening treatment on his snout, and excess skin will be trimmed and pulled tight. With a wardrobe-makeover including some slimming garments and stylish accessories, even this pug-nosed atrocity could get a second look while trotting the sidewalks in Apkujeong.
Think your puppy is cute? Think again. Puppy fat doesn't look good on girls, and it's unsightly on puppies too. This portly pup (above) is about to trimmed and transformed. When he emerges from his bandages, he'll be sleek as a greyhound, and will fit much more easily into a handbag, purse, or camera case.
Eventually, veterinarian surgeons hope to expand their range of cosmetic procedures to meet the needs of pet-lovers, and address canines' current lack of double eyelids and handphone attachments.