Dog Mom Turns Her Back & Chihuahua Gets Into Her Blue Oil Paint

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Picasso is a famous painter who went through a “blue period” in the early 1900s, as reflected in his many beautiful works. Perhaps that’s the artist a certain Chihuahua was thinking of when he decided to roll in his mom’s blue oil paint. Sometimes dogs do naughty things when their humans aren’t looking, and that seems to be what happened in this instance.

The image was posted by Twitter user @coldemoji, and she captioned it, “My new dog got into my oil paint?”

As of this writing, close to 250,000 Twitter users have liked the post and thousands have shared it. Some of the comments are hysterical, too. The original poster, @coldemoji, tweeted out that the dog is okay, he went to the vet, and he’s already back home.

“Looks like he’s feeling a lil blue,” @MajayBayBay tweeted.

“Aww the white paint covered up his beautiful blue fur,” @jacstweeter replied.

According to the ASPCA, “Most artist paints, like acrylic and oil paints, are fairly non-toxic, but some colors may contain unique pigments that may be a risk to

I Love My Dog recommends our readers keep paints and any sort of art supplies in a safe place where dogs cannot access them. It’s always better to err on the side of caution when it comes to potentially toxic materials. Keep the number of your veterinarian and emergency vet handy in case there is ever a situation. We hope the cutie in this cutie is all cleaned up and having fun far away from his mom’s paints.

H/T: New York Daily News, ASPCA

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