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  • Gerrard Gethings, an animal photographer, photographed 25 pairs of humans and their dogs that look just alike.
  • The photos were then turned into a memory game called "Do You Look Like Your Dog?"
  • Gethings shared 15 of the pairs with Insider, and they may make you do a double take.
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Gerrard Gethings, a well-known animal photographer, was commissioned by Laurence King Publishing to photograph 25 pairs of identical-looking humans and their dogs for a game called "Do You Look Like Your Dog?"

These furry friends and their owners looks so much alike you might do a double take.

You might have heard that dogs and their owners start to resemble each other after a while.

They have similar hair.

Or maybe you've seen these dogs that are dead ringers for celebrities.

Photographer Gerrard Gethings definitely has.

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You can check out his Instagram here.

Gethings was commissioned by Laurence King Publishing, a British publishing house, to take portraits of dogs and their owners that looked alike.

Look at those pigtails.

You can find out more about Gerrard Gethings at his website.

They then turned it into a game called "Do You Look Like Your Dog?"

They both have incredible manes.

If you don't have the best memory, we've rounded up some easy tips and tricks to help you slay this game.

It's a memory game in which players must match up owners and their dogs.

You might do a double take.

It comes with 50 cards — 25 pairs of dogs and their human counterparts.

Two very serious men.

These two are clearly not messing around.

Gethings has a knack for matching up dogs and their humans in subtle ways...

Cute pigtails.

They both are rocking pigtails.

Like this man wearing a white tank to match his dog's white stomach, and winking so it looks like he only has one eye, like his furry friend.

Winking at the camera.

The best kind of winky face.

The way hair is styled also clearly evokes similarities.

They both have luscious locks.

Though their style isn't as epic as this groomer, who literally turns dogs into fluff balls.

Gethings wasn't always involved in pet photography. In the beginning of his career, he was actually interested in painting.

Both have a little bed-head.

Two scruffy little guys.

He made the switch to animal photography back in 2008 ... after getting a puppy.

The same snow-white locks.

According to Gethings' bio, he brought home a 7-week-old border terrier named Baxter, which is when he discovered his true calling — animal photography.

"I don't want to create images of animals that are patronizing. My subjects are complex and characterful creatures, full of pathos, humor, and unpredictability. I want them to appear epic," said Gethings.

The same eyes.

Coincidentally, both this owner and his dog have two different colored eyes.

"For me, a domestic pet is no less beautiful or majestic than a wild animal," he said.

The same withering glance.

"Familiarity often makes us forget this, but when you get up-close and capture every soulful detail in the eyes of a dog, cat or horse, then you start to remember where it came from," Gethings continued.

He has five distinct collections on his site — Bee, Feather, Fur, Hoof, and Scale.

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They're pretty self-explanatory — bees, birds, dogs and cats, horses, or reptiles and fish.

But if you're not in the market for new artwork — this game will definitely provide some solid entertainment.

The same distinguished beards.