We’re not sure how to feel about it

By Maria Yagoda
April 24, 2015 03:00 PM

Taiwan is at the forefront of a major trend in pet care.

Dog owners have been asking groomers to trim their pups’ faces into perfect geometric forms – namely, squares and circles. (Yup, read that sentence one more time.)

Of course, the look poses some logistical complications: The squares and circles begin to grow out within a matter of days, and certainly not evenly. There’s also the issue of dog happiness, though it’s difficult to discern how dogs feel about their new look. (The dog mind-reading technology just isn’t there yet.)

But before the craze passes and paw naturel face shapes come back in vogue, we want to take a moment to appreciate these incredibly geometric dogs/pioneers.