Cheeky canine sabotages family photos with lazy yawns and silly faces

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Yoko's family of Shiba Inus. (PHOTO: MAGIZINEFEATURES)
Yoko's family of Shiba Inus. (PHOTO: MAGIZINEFEATURES)

Meet the canine queen of the photobomb!

Hilarious snaps have been doing the rounds of a cheeky white Shiba Inu ruining her family’s otherwise perfect pics by yawning, pulling silly faces or turning her back to the camera.

Hina is the youngest of four dogs owned by Yoko Kikuchi of Hong Kong

Hina is always goofing around when she and her sib
Hina is always goofing around when she and her siblings have their photos taken. (PHOTO: MAGAZINE FEATURES)

Yoko (53) says her behaviour is very amusing as Hina is usually the most obedient of the bunch, which include Sasha, Kikko and Momo.

According to Yoko, Hina loves to chew shoes, cables and headphones, which has earned her the nickname Destroyer.

“But she’s the most obedient one – no leads needed on walks as she walks with us all the time,” her owner says.

Yoko and her pooches
Yoko and her pooches. (PHOTO: MAGAZINE FEATURES)

“She is very shy with humans but loves all dogs.

“Hina yawns a lot and I just happen [to] catch the moment in the photos. I take so many photos and it just make[s] me laugh when I capture the moment,” Yoko says.

The mom-of-one said she used to hate dogs but after meeting her husband, he persuaded her to take in Sasha, Kikko and Momo.

Hina is said to be the most obedient amongst the g
Hina is said to be the most obedient amongst the gang of dogs. (PHOTO: MAGAZINE FEATURES)

Hina joined the family two years ago.

“My husband originally said no to taking her,” the yoga instructor says.

“I couldn't stop thinking of her, as she was a lovely White Shiba. I begged my husband to take her. He finally said yes.”

Source: The Sun, Daily Mail, Eagle Daily Standard, Express Informer

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