Cute adorable doggies have always been the favorite of humans. Along with their loving owners, they move to different places and get new experiences. So have you wondered how your canine friends feel when they move to different places?

For you, your fur friend might be a little fellow but for them, it might be different, they might think that they are big. So, this artist here, Mitch Boyer has photoshopped his little dachshund to reflect how big she thinks she is. He has done this for “Vivian the Dog Moves to Brooklyn”, a children’s book about a big dog moving to a big city. Scroll down to see how big the little dog is.

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Mitch has transformed this dog into an adorable giant with the use of techniques like photo illustration and visual effects that are used in the film industry. The cute tiny pup is now head on head with her 6ft tall owner.

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On Kickstarter, Mitch explained about them and his book. He had said both he and Vivian had moved to 4 states, 5 cities, and almost 10 houses during their time being pet and owner. And about the book, he said that it’s a story of a big dog moving into the big city which is New York. 

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Also, Mitch said that through the book, they want to be a help to kids who are going through experiences of moving to different places leaving their people and home behind. As you know in the US, there are about 5.5M kids of age between 1-9 experiencing this situation.

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Comment below what you think about this cute giant dog Vivian.

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