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Stallion, Shetland pony and Dalmation all blend into one with their identical spotty coats


THESE three pals have a real mark of friendship.

Appaloosa stallion Nevada, Shetland pony Napoleon and Dalmatian dog Jack have similar spotty coats.

This adorable trio are best friends and look identical

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This adorable trio are best friends and look identicalCredit: Caters News Agency
Meet the horse, dog and pony who are not even the same species but have the same spotty coat

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Meet the horse, dog and pony who are not even the same species but have the same spotty coatCredit: Caters News Agency

Owner Greetje Arends-Hakvoort says they have great fun together, especially when out with her and her daughter Jolie, seven.

Greetje, 35, of Kootwijkerbroek in the Netherlands, said: “People smile when they see them together.

“They often refer to the 101 Dalmatians film.”

The Sun told yesterday of three dogs with the same markings as their couch in Lincolnshire.

Owner Greetje Arends-Hakvoort says the three have great fun together

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Owner Greetje Arends-Hakvoort says the three have great fun togetherCredit: Caters News Agency
She says people 'often refer to the 101 Dalmatians film' when they see her animals

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She says people ‘often refer to the 101 Dalmatians film’ when they see her animals Credit: Caters News Agency
The pals love Greetje's daughter Jolie, seven

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The pals love Greetje’s daughter Jolie, sevenCredit: Caters News Agency
The cute pals make everyone smile

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The cute pals make everyone smile Credit: Caters News Agency
Jolie seems to love riding Shetland pony Napoleon alongside her mum with Appaloosa stallion Nevada and their Dalmatian dog Jack

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Jolie seems to love riding Shetland pony Napoleon alongside her mum with Appaloosa stallion Nevada and their Dalmatian dog JackCredit: Caters News Agency
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