No, this isn't Photoshopped. This is, in fact, a dog with two noses. His name is Toby, and like most dogs, he is here to win your heart.
Toby's a two-year-old Australian Shepard that was almost put down last year after being abandoned in Fresno by its previous owners. Fortunately enough, he was sent to a rescue shelter and eventually adopted by Todd Ray, the Guinness World Record holder for the largest collection of two-headed animals.
Okay, granted Toby doesn't have two heads, but you can probably get why Todd really digged the adorable dog's two-nosed unusualness.
Despite the obvious mutation, Toby is perfectly healthy - perhaps maybe TOO healthy, as two noses gifted him with an extraordinary sense of smell.
According to Todd, it makes him even better at a typical game of fetch:
"He can sniff out anything. I can throw a ball where no one can see it, and he'll still pick it out."
Toby's also far from being lonely, as Todd already owns two other dogs - a two-legged chihuahua named Pinky and Rocky, a five-legged mini doberman pinscher.
Two noses, two friends -- and according to his owner, he's also got two nicknames!
"I call him Toby-One Kenobi, but also Toby Two-Nose. It sounds like a gangster name."
Would you have adopted Toby? I mean, what would YOUR dog be like if they had two noses?
I have a feeling my dachshund would be tearing up WAY more shoes...