Meet the gawky Italian Greyhound who has amassed 67,000 followers on Instagram for her unique looks and cheeky tongue. 

Fiorella, an eight-year-old Italian Greyhound, otherwise known as an Iggy dog, shot to internet stardom when her owner started uploading photographs of her to Instagram. 

Brittany Niewdach, from Adelaide, Australia, started posting pictures of Fiorella in 2017 and the lovable hound instantly built up a fan base. 

Her pointed nose and lanky physique add to her endearing charm. 

Italian Greyhounds are prone to dental problems and often lose teeth, because of this their tongues will sometimes hang out of their mouths.    

The breed was initially known for being a favourite companion of noblewomen in the Middle Ages in Italy but is now a family favourite. 


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