Japanese Dog Groomer Turns Furballs to Fluffiest Fluffballs Ever

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Japan is known for celebrating pet pampering: if you’re a four-legged citizen of this country, chances are you’re enjoying perks such as massages, designer clothes, custom-made jewelry, and much, much more. One of the many luxuries that are reserved for pets are regular visits to fur stylists for some stunning makeovers, and it seems that Yorikoro dog grooming salon is the place to be if you want your pupper to sport a fab fluffy look.

Yoriko Hamachiyo is the groomer behind these insanely fluffy grooming transformations that wowed the web.

Yoriko Hamachiyo, the groomer behind these insanely fluffy grooming transformations, has a salon in Mie Prefecture where pooches go in shabby but go out looking red carpet ready. Most of the salon’s furry clientele belong to small dog breeds, which are most popular with Japanese pet parents. The signature look that everybody’s going crazy about is the one that is a weirdly cute combo of a sheep and a fat fluffy cloud- a Poodle updo that, to some, looks particularly adorable, and to others, particularly hilarious.

The signature look that everybody’s going crazy about is the one that makes dogs look like sheep.

But it’s not all about the sheepy looks at Yorikoro- Japanese four-legged babies get top-notch coat and skin care that makes their fur look like it’s literally made of the finest silk. It’s almost as you can feel the smoothness and softness through the picture! Of course, the end results are equal parts adorable as heck and impressive, considering the technique and effort that had to have gone into creating these gorgeous doggie hairstyles.

Japanese four-legged babies get top-notch coat and skin care at the Yorikokoro dog salon.

What do you think? Would you take your pet for a glam fluffy makeover or do you prefer a less manicured look? In case you can’t get enough of these furry transformations, make sure to check out Yorikoro’s Instagram page for a daily dose of primped up pooches.