This Guy Photoshops His Dog Into A Giant In All His Pics And It’s Hilarious
If you’re like most ’90s babies, there’s a good chance you grew up reading classic kids books like “Clifford the Big Red Dog.”
I think most of us would agree having a giant furry BFF is pretty badass. But, have you ever wondered what having a colossal canine would look like IRL?
Well, thanks to one proud dog owner in Minnesota, we no longer have to wonder.
Meet Chris Cline.
Cline is just like your average dog dad, except for the fact his pup, Juji, is pretty much the Goldendoodle version of everyone’s favorite big red dog, Clifford.
OK, or maybe Cline’s a dude with a dog who also happens to be really good at photoshop.
But hey, that’s basically the same thing, right?
This dynamic duo takes all sorts of fun photos together, and then Cline transforms his barking BFF into a super-sized pup, and it looks pretty hilarious, to say the least.
Take a look at the pictures below to see all the fun they have.
Meet Chris Cline.
Cline is a photographer who loves big dogs.
Really, really big dogs, to be exact.
In fact, his Goldendoodle, Juji, is basically a real-life version of Clifford the Big Red Dog, minus the crimson coat of fur.
OK, technically, Juji isn’t actually that big in real life.
But, Cline’s photoshop skills are pretty convincing.
These two do all sorts of fun things together…
Ranging from action-packed outdoor activities, like riding bikes…
And backpacking through the woods…
…to the simple pleasures in life, like chilling out on the couch at home.
Then, Cline uses a little software manipulation to turn Juji into a mega-sized mutt.
All of the photos are pretty damn funny…
…and it’s not hard to see Cline and Juji are basically the definition of #FriendshipGoals.
Cline told BoredPanda, “I immediately fell in love with him. He has turned my life completely around, and we are now absolutely inseparable.”
He continued, “I have found a new outlook on life and in my artwork, and I owe it all to him.”
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