MenswearDog. Rico. Suave.

March 22, 2013 | By Pet360

Menswear Dog, interviewed by Pet360

Fashionable. Couture. Classic. Yet, undefined. The MenswearDog.

If you haven't had the chance to see The Menswear Dog's tumblr site, make time for it. Menswear Dog is a 3 year old Shiba Inu named Bodhi, who has "panache for all things style." His facebook page says that his interests include never washing his selvage denim, lurking around Soho for someone to notice his steez, and sniffing fine a$$ bitches.

Pet360 had the incredible opportunity to ask Bodhi a few questions about his launch into a star-studded career.

Pet360: How in the world did you come up with this idea?

Menswear Dog: It was just a lazy Saturday afternoon. I was dressing up in his dad David's clothes and posting pictures of my fashionable looks on Facebook. I never expected it would launch a career in modeling.

Pet360: What does your name mean, Bodhi?

Menswear Dog: I was named after Patrick Swayze in the cult classic film, "Point Break."

Pet360: You sport so many different looks. What is your preferred style? Casual? Sportswear? Formal?

Menswear Dog: I'd say "rugged-handsome." It seamlessly translates from classic heritage menswear to the freshest street fashion.

Pet360: What is your budget to spend on clothes?

Menswear Dog: There is no such thing as "budget."

Pet360: Must-have accessory?

Menswear Dog: A classic pair of Ray-ban Wayfarer Sunglasses.

Pet360: Favorite designer: Menswear Dog

Menswear Dog: Some of my favorite designers include J.Crew, Unionmade Goods, The Hill Side and Gitman Brothers. Among others.

Pet360: Style icon?

Menswear Dog: I've been known to google photos of Ryan Gosling and Brandon Flowers from the "Killers."

We're in love.

This article was originally published on ZooToo partner site, Pet360.com.

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