Need more dogs in your life? We've rounded up New York City's most loved celebrity dogs that every dog lover should follow on Instagram. Each of these dogs is absolutely adorable, incredibly witty, and well-known throughout the Big Apple and broader Instagram dog community.
Samson is an adorable goldendoodle from Brooklyn living with his parents, baby hooman brother, and two goldendoodle little brothers. Samson's account is full of adorable pics of his full house and lots of video footage of him and his lil hooman bro Theo.
Maxine is a beautiful corgi with the fluffiest butt in all of New York City. Both of her parents are film buffs and caption every post with a creative and relevant movie quote. In addition to being a showstopper, Maxine is a popular socialite and gets invited to NYC fashion shows and movie premieres.
Tinkerbelle is an adorable 5lb papitese (papillon and maltese mix) and fashionista living in New York City. She loves snapping photos throughout the city and is a doggy model, actor, traveler, and socialite.
Loubie is a beautiful golden retriever who spreads love & kindness in the Big Apple and rest of the world. How? Loubie absolutely loves giving hugs. Although Loubie's Dad often takes her photos, Loubie is frequently photographed by random friends and strangers who love seeing #TheHuggingDog in real life.
Agador is arguably the best dressed and funniest four-legged New Yorker. Also known as the "Bob Ross of Dogs", Agador does a mean impression of beloved American painter, art instructor, and television host Robert Norman Ross.
Sprout is a smooth-coated Brussels Griffon named after his mother’s love of vegetable puns. He has a great wardrobe, the most adorable resting b*tch face, and is known by nicknames Sproutie, Sproutito, Bandito, Puppito, Puppers, Sweet Potato and, on occasion, Sir Sproutie Von Brusselington.
Charlie, along with her sibling Sawyer, are the two poofiest sisters in New York City (and probably also on all of Instagram). These two rescued doodles love posting content from their adventures throughout NYC.
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Ella Bean is a 4 lb puppy mill rescue and NYC socialite. Along with her two siblings Coconut and Fifi Bean, Ella loves dressing to the nines, getting work done on her 4x6 inch laptop, and dedicating time to fighting for an end to puppy mills.
Taking a cue from famous Instagram accounts @dudewithsign and @dudettewithsign, Baboy dedicates his adorable and often funny Instagram account to posing with signs throughout New York City. Why sit and patiently post with a sign while his hoomans snap a pic? As Baboy would say, "If you don’t sit for something, you’ll never get the treat."
Django is an adorable long-haired dachshund who is loved for his stunning good looks, witty captions and hashtags, and fun and relatable personality. Django was born and raised in New York City and loves adventuring throughout the city, trying (and failing) to pick up NYC girls, and hosting doggy meetups downtown.
Dior and Obi-Wan are two maltese brothers that live in New York City and travel the world with their hoomans. They love galavanting around the city together and can often be spotted wearing high fashion items.
Bruce - also known as King Stink, Lord of the 7 Playpens, Protector of the Frenchies, Warden of the Treats, and the Breaker of Winds - is a lovable frenchie living his best life in New York City. Bruce has some of the cutest expressions and can often be found napping around the house.
Kenzie is a cavapoochon puppy (Cavalier King Charles, Bichon Frise and Toy Poodle triple-cross breed) livin’ her best life in NYC. When Kenzie isn't sleeping in or enjoying breastfast in bed with her mama, you can find her working on her side-hustle Instagram account @hotdudeswithdogs.
Maitri Mody is living her best dog mom life with her little pug Ari. The two of them live in New York City, more often than not dress alike, and live by the motto "Twinning is Winning".
Nutmeg is a beautiful red merle Standard Australian Shepherd
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What congenital heart defects are most common, and what are their symptoms? What dog breeds are most at risk of congenital heart defects, and how might they affect life expectancy? Can dogs with congenital heart defects be successfully treated, and how much does treatment cost? Is there any way to prevent these heart defects in dogs?
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