Earlier, when Lotta posted the pictures 'before' and 'after' to the Instagram account of her dog, followers immediately questioned the validity of the pictures and suspected that Photoshopping was possible,Since his face looks way too clean. Lotta quickly explained that – "After every muddy walk or playdate - '' Onni looks like this! His skin was always white as he has less hair on his skin and the mud doesn't stick to it.
The name of Onni translates from Finnish as 'lucky,' although it seems that Lotta is the lucky one at least this time. Besides getting a fluffy white fur, Onni's cleaning isn't the laborious job that one might anticipate. Samoyeds have a self-cleaning, double lined suit.The outer layer protects the bottom one delicate and clean, and all Lotta had to do to restore the bright white fur of Onni was to wait for the mud to dry out and brush it off.
The only drawback with owning white things is that they don't usually remain white for long. The same happens evidently even to white dogs.
As Onni, a five-month-old, Samoyed from Helsinki, Finland, met for a playdate with his sister Ada, his glossy white fur easily turned into dark brown chocolate. Miraculously however, the dirt has not sticked to the face of Onni, leaving it as smooth as ever.
In an interview to The Daily Mail, his owner Lotta Alajoki recalled the event:
“At first, we were worried about how we were going to get him clean, but when we kept looking at him all we could do was laugh, he just looked so funny that we had to take a picture.”
Don’t miss the adorable video of Onni playing with his sister Ada: