Actor Chris Evans tries his hand at grooming his beloved dog, the result is … special

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The famous interpreter of the character of Captain America wanted to try his hand at grooming, because he could not take his dog to a professional. The animal ends up with a fun look.

With containment and the Covid-19 pandemic, dog groomers and other professionals of all kinds have had to put their business on hold in order to comply with health rules . Realizing this, actor Chris Evans considered that in order to cut his dog, he could try it himself.

Dodger , the dog no less famous than his Hollywood star owner, found himself in the hands of a barber who was certainly good at saving the United States of America from villains and looming dangers, but who didn’t know at all ensure the grooming of dogs .

Telling the story to his internet fans, Chris Evans says he managed to convince his dog that he knew exactly what he was doing. He admits, tells the Dodo , that he succeeded mainly because he gave his friend treats.

But it quickly turned out that the actor did not master the art of dog hairstyle at all. The poor dog ended up with a failed look .

I assured him I knew what I was doing. He seemed skeptical at first, but with the help of a few treats, I talked him into it.

It went so wrong, so fast. I guess some things are better left to the professionals.

(He hasn’t seen a mirror yet. I told him it looks great) pic.twitter.com/uooHwtmgH3

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– Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) May 4, 2020

But the actor reassures his fans by telling them that the dog has not yet looked at himself in a mirror and that, for now, he thinks he has a hell of a cut. Fortunately, the young man had not embarked on a career as a groomer, because he knows the living arts and the world of superheroes much better than hairstyles for dogs.

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