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There is something wrong with this designer "puppy"



A pet owner was shocked when it turned out that her new puppy was a fox.

The woman, who is known only as Ms. Wang, paid AUD 250 for what she considered a Japanese Spitz in July of last year, but grew worried when the pet started to refuse dog food.

Within months, the "puppy," who had never barked to develop thicker fur and a longer tail, began to perplex the owner, The Sun .

Ms. Wang told Shanxi Network Television that she bought the pet from a pet shop last July.

"The coat got fatter when it was three months old," she said. "His face got sharp and his tail got longer than a normal dog's."

Before learning the truth about her "puppy", the Shanxi Province resident said that people who used a park accompanying her pet told her that the animal was a fox.

  Ms. Wang paid more than $ AU250 for what she considered a Japanese Spitz puppy. Image: Shanxi Network Television

Ms. Wang paid more than $ AU250 for what she considered a Japanese Spitz puppy Image: Shanxi Network Television

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<p> <span>  The" puppy "started dog food and his tail became increasingly bushy Image: Shanxi Network Television </span> </p>
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	  "Other dogs seemed to be scared of my pet, so I tied it to a leash," Ms. Wang said.
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	  The confused pet owner told Chinese media that she regularly fed the animal fruit, chicken breast, and dog food that she began to sell when she was three months old.
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	  Reports indicate that her suspicions were confirmed when a local zoo worker took a closer look at the animal.
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	  Sun Letian, an animal disease prevention expert at Taiyuan Zoo, confirmed the animal as a fox when Ms. Wang examined it.
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	  "Because of size, it's a domesticated fox," he said. "It carries a smell in her body and the smell can get stronger as it gets older."
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<p> <span>  Not great at first: Shanxi Network Television </span> </p>
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<p> <span>  Very late months later. Image: Shanxi Network Television </span> </p>
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<p> <span>  Ms. Wang thought she was shopping Japanese Spitz (above) Image: Jake Nowakowski </span> </p>
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	  Local media reports suggest that Ms. Wang is preparing to take the fox to the zoo, where he can be cared for in a "better environment" and can get a better diet.
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The fox will be quarantined for a month before being put in a pen.

Ms. Wang was reportedly invited by the zoo to visit the animal if she misses it.


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