Back of Trend Setters: Furry Streakers Well, well, well, the first question that came to my mind when I saw these pups (after why) was how, 'cause I know there's at least someone out there wondering how to follow the trend of these pooches snapped in LA. In fact, the streaked pups remind me of lil Preston's way of standing out on the set of Greatest American Dog. Since North already has a dark mask, ears, and back half, he's not quite a candidate but if you think this is cool not cruel, I've found the products for you. For $25, you can pick up a tub of non-toxic, semi-permanent dye specifically formulated for pets in a gel product that's less messy than liquid alternatives. Coming in nine shades, the colors even include black if you fancy making a Maltese look more Boston Terrier or even Dalmatian while you're at it! View 5 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Source Comments mintz 8 years i hate when people do this to their dogs. i don't think it's cute or funny. kia 8 years It is illegal to do this here in Boulder, CO. A hair salon owner used to dye her dog pink with natural beet dye for breast cancer awareness. She was cited with a $1000 fine. In Boulder you don't own a pet, you are a guardian (it is in the paperwork) and there are strict rules with what you can and can not do as a guardian. KibzeeLovee 8 years the dog at my hair salon is always has dyed patches. it's always fun(ny)to see what she will look like each time I come in. wackdoodle 8 years I thought that was a Monchichi doll. Whoa that's totally something my granny used to do to her Maltese and poodles. But granny always went either blue or pink never purple. luna08 8 years Hilarious! snarkypants 8 years DUMB.