Ten best dogs who look like their owners

Crufts kicks off today, so we're paying tribute to those loveable mutts who look just like their masters.

Ten best dogs who look like their owners

Crufts kicks off today, so we're paying tribute to those loveable mutts who look just like their masters.

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Pic: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

The first Afghan Hound of the list, with its owner at the 2010 Crufts in the NEC, Birmingham.

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Pic: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

A Yorkshire Terrier and its owner equally interested in watching the results at the 103rd Crufts in 2006.

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Pic: Rosie Hallam/PA

Partners in perms!

Donna Fleming with Roybridge Lucky's Legacy (also known as 'Smartie'), a Samoyed breed of dog after winning the Beta/Dog World 'Pup of the Year' at the 1999 Crufts.

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Pic: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Blondes have more fun.

Another Afghan Hound stands on a grooming table at last year’s Crufts at the Birmingham NEC Arena.

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Pic: AP/Koji Sasahara

Sometimes looking like your dog can really pay off.

Jiro Yamada won 300,000 yen (€2,463) along with his two-year-old Chinese Shar-Pei dog Occhansticks at the annual look-alike contest in Tokyo in 2005.

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Pic: Goff; Hat-tip: Mirror.co.uk

It’s all in the eyebrows for this one.

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Pic: Collection of National Media Museum (F Davey, Gloucester) / Flickr

Dogs have been looking like their owners since the old days.

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Pic: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Here’s one from last year's Crufts. Or possibly a Paris Hilton lookalike contest.

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Pic: Paul Keem / Facebook

We're not sure who this man is, but surely he's that guy from ‘Moonlighting’?

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Pic: doyoulooklikeyourdog.com

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