When Dog Owners Do Impressions Of Their Pets, Everyone Wins

We can barely tell them apart.

Psychologists suggest that dog owners choose canine companions that look like them. But these dog owners are going out of their way to mimic their pooches -- with hilarious results. 

German photographer Ines Opifanti, who specializes in portraits of dogs and people, says that dog owners can be remarkably attuned to their pets' subtle expressions. She explores that connection in her photo series "Dog People," where she asked dog owners to do impressions of their pets

If you ask us, they're doggone accurate. Is it the eyes?

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