Zagitova’s “lovey-dovey time with her dog Masaru” brings joy to her fans! | FRIDAY DIGITAL

Zagitova’s “lovey-dovey time with her dog Masaru” brings joy to her fans!

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From a video published on her Instagram (@azagitova)

Russia’s Alina Zagitova, who won the gold medal in women’s figure skating at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics, posted a “too-good-to-be-true” video on her Instagram account and it’s getting a lot of attention. I love you!” This is the first time I’ve seen her in action.

Zagitova posted a video of her and her dog, Masaru, playing with each other. Zagitova was given a female Akita dog by the Akita Dog Preservation Society after falling in love at first sight with one during her stay in Japan before the Pyeongchang Olympics, where she won the gold medal. The Akita Inu Preservation Society donated the female Akita to her, naming her “Masaru,” meaning victory. She is now three years old and will turn four next month.

Zagitova is wearing a black sleeveless dress and white sweatpants, with her hair in a ponytail. And she is sitting on the ground, holding her dog, Masaru, and singing merrily. When Zagitova approached her, Masaru licked Zagitova’s face. Zagitova, not to be outdone, kissed Masaru with a “chug.

Some fans were jealous of Masaru, saying “I want to be Masaru” and “He is the happiest dog in the world.

The other day, Zagitova reported on her Instagram that she and Masaru had visited the Japanese ambassador to Russia and his wife. She wrote, “I am honored to be invited by Ambassador Toyohisa Kozuki to interact with Japan again.

Although she will not be seen at the Beijing Olympics, her fans will be more than happy to be able to communicate with Zagitova on social media. We can’t take our eyes off Zagitova any more. ……!

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