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Pampering Chis: Wolf and the Chihuahua Man

Pampering a Chihuahua

The internet has rightfully nick ‘Chihuahua Man’ after pampering and dedicating a room in his home to his pet chihuahua, Wolf.

From having bespoke blinds created for his home with his dog’s face to framing portraits of his pet, Jon Crowder has pushed the pooch pampering boundaries to the max!

The story began with Jon approaching Huddersfield-based blinds retailer 247 Blinds, who agreed to accommodate his ‘unusual’ request for customized chihuahua-covered blinds.

From having bespoke blinds created for his home with his dog’s face on to framing portraits of his pet, Jon Crowder has pushed the pooch pampering boundaries to the max!

Then, the online retailer created some bespoke products for the pair. The bedroom now comprises a customized water bowl, a Time4Sleep velvet ottoman bed to store all of Wolf’s toys, and his own mini-dressing gown. Jon can now rest easy knowing that Wolf’s room is full of pup-tastic products!

Jon said: “I love Wolf-like he is my child, so giving him his own bedroom was something I’ve always wanted to do.

Wolf is a huge diva, so making the room all about him was a complete must – he loves taking center stage!

“One of his favorite things to do, aside from relaxing in the comfort of his bedroom, is intently staring out of the back door for birds and the neighbors’ cats intruding in his garden.

Is there such a thing as too much pampering?

Jon said: “I love Wolf like he is my child, so giving him his own bedroom was something I’ve always wanted to do. Wolf is a huge diva so making the room all about him was a complete must - he just loves taking centre stage!

“He loves food and wants to eat everything, although he’s on a special low-fat diet at the moment. He’ll demolish anything that falls from your plate within seconds.

“He also loves to play but reach out to take a toy from him, and he’ll growl and show you his teeth even though he really wants to play fetch.

“Around 8 pm every night, he likes to encourage the entire household to go to bed. So, he’ll sit by the stairs and stare at people across the room. If you go upstairs to use the bathroom, he’ll gallop on up to the bed, and if we haven’t gone to bed by 9 pm, he’ll leave us and take himself to bed.”

It looks like Wolf and his doggy den may now become TikTok famous themselves…

Source: Pontefract and Castleford Express.

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