See The Maternity Shoot A Dog Owner Gave Her Dog That Got People Takling
By Ademinikan | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 0 views
The maternity shoot has become a trend for several years now. Women will go to studio to flaunt their baby bump sometimes in the consent of their husband. Many women has endorsed this act as it has become what most women do.
A dog owner whose name wasn't mention also took her dog to the studio to give her a maternity shoot and the picture has gone viral on the internet. The cute dog according to the picture is in good and upright position as the shoot was taken. It doesn't lose focus. Some that reacted to the picture said the dog may not belong to a Nigerian but white. Some said it is very hard to come across something like that in Nigeria.
The pictures was shared on popular Instagram platform, Lindaikejiblog, you can check peoples reactions below:
(Credit: Instagram @Lindaikejiblog)
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