Woman dyes dog into 'Galaxy Dane'

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Published: 2021-02-17 14:24

Last Updated: 2021-04-15 11:01


Pictures by Kennedy News & Media / Sierra Schoon (_southern_cowgirl_)
Pictures by Kennedy News & Media / Sierra Schoon (_southern_cowgirl_)

A Colorado woman named Sierra Schoon, 22, dyed her dog Echo metallic pink, blue and turquoise shades, making some people believe he is a 'Galaxy Dane' following 'selective breeding' efforts.

Schoon began transforming her service dog's appearance using pet-safe dye when Echo was only six months old.

Even though Echo weighs approximately 60 kilograms, he comes across as much 'friendlier' than other dogs his size, due to the fun colors. According to Schoon, people are often comfortable approaching Echo, which transformed him from a 'very shy' dog into an attention-loving pet.

According to the Daily Mail, Schoon uses a vegetable-based Arctic Fox dye to get that unique 'galaxy shade.' She told journalists that Echo enjoys the three to four-hour pamper session saying "It's a pretty special and fun thing for her and I to do and gives us a great bonding experience."

Picture by Kennedy News & Media / Sierra Schoon (_southern_cowgirl_)

Picture by Kennedy News & Media/Sierra Schoon (_southern_cowgirl_)

Picture by Kennedy News & Media / Sierra Schoon (_southern_cowgirl_)

Picture by Kennedy News & Media/Sierra Schoon (_southern_cowgirl_)