Pugs are super cute or any dog, for that matter. In fact, dogs are the best thing that has happened to humankind. Not only do they fill your life with warmth but are a living lesson to what it means to be loyal. Dogs are simply the best. Talking about their MRI scans though... Now we as pure dog lovers, find their MRI scans cute too, BUT you can't deny that they are a bit horrifying as well. The internet broke down when actor and comedian Andy Richter shared an MRI scan of his friend's dog and the internet has not been the same ever since.
The 'terrifying' look on the inside of the dog is giving nightmares to many. Well, people do not understand how to react to this MRI scan but one of a vet has highlighted the scary results of "selective breeding". Apart from having an adverse effect on the health of the dogs, it may also alter the way certain breed look and exist. Andy tweeted the image from with the caption: 'My friend's pug went to the vet'. But before anything check out the picture of the pug's MRI scan:
My friend’s pug went to the vet pic.twitter.com/kP4r5o4ZOQ
— Andy Richter (@AndyRichter) December 17, 2019
Hilarious, isn't it? Now check out the best reactions to this picture:
— Gabe (@Hauz20) December 17, 2019
— Art Or Not Art (@ArtDecider) December 17, 2019
Awww.. nice coronal view! Are his sinuses congested?
(Here’s a human’s scan for comparison.) pic.twitter.com/7Yt0XQpkZI
— 🏹Tom Bosmer🧪 (@HylianTom) December 17, 2019
— Mexify (@Mexify) December 18, 2019
— Tom Crabtree (@itsCrab) December 18, 2019
The pug eyes don’t lie. pic.twitter.com/6ShG5TsTtf
— Taryn La Neil Landon (@tarynupky) December 18, 2019
My guy is 11, Herschel is pleased to meet you pic.twitter.com/BRMJ4XV8db
— Caretaker of Herschel the Pug (@ManSizedJubly) December 18, 2019
The GIFs are Everything
— JJ Ross (@JJRossReaders) December 18, 2019
For the people who are concerned about the Pug's health. Andy tweeted out the status update:
I let my friend know his dog has gone viral, and he told her. She has a clean bill of health, btw pic.twitter.com/MlPrEU12Fp
— Andy Richter (@AndyRichter) December 18, 2019
Talking about selective breeding, Rory Cowlam, a vet based in London, told the Independent "They have these massive eyes, bunched up noses - the condition is called brachycephalism. We have, through human selection, bred them to look more like a human baby because we find that cute, but unfortunately, that cute look is not very good for the animal."