NY Post: Pet humanization trend crosses into plastic surgery

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Mar 21, 2017
These days, it’s not enough to just bring Spot to the groomer. If you really want your dog to dazzle — and you have a chunk of cash to spend — you can take him in for a nip-tuck. But not all pooches go under the knife to become more photogenic. Some wrinklier breeds have skin folds around their eyes, which can trap bacteria and cause infections.

Whatever the reason, prettifying your pup costs a pretty penny. People spent over $62 million in plastic surgery for their pets in 2011, according to animal insurance company Petplan. Some procedures could set you back $4,000 to $5,000.

Read the entire article, which quotes Packaged Facts research director David Sprinkle, here.

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