10 Pittsburgh-area pets with Instagram accounts better than you
In this digital age of sharing (and oversharing) everything … the antics of our pets are certainly no exception.
A prime forum for spotlighting photogenic pups and kitties — their very own Instagram accounts, of course.
Unless they’ve sprung some thumbs of which we are unaware, we’re pretty sure these critters have a little help in the posting department.
These accounts are among the very best we happened to stumbled upon, or in some cases, follow along religiously. In short, they live the lives about which we can only dream and they look damn good along the way … their followers, often numbering in the thousands, surely agree.
These are our favorites … sniff along with us, if you like. Looking for some new favorites of your own? Search #petsburgh, #dogsofpittsburgh, #pittsburghcats
Naps. Treats. Snuggles. Way more followers than my mom @losingitwithmary
Balancing act from Pittsburgh
Lu-Seal the Pig-Seal Dog
Chihuahua abandoned at 9-yrs-old, 16 pounds, unable to walk. Now I’m a healthy 8 pounds and helping other dogs get healthy, too. Pittsburgh, PA
I’m Emmet. I’m a seven-year-old merle Great Dane. And I’m as rotten as I am goofy and adorable. My mom is @pghpetphotog
A not-so-mini-bull terrier living in Pittsburgh. Born 12/22/16. Follow me for daily updates on my cute puppy adventures.
Mini golden (cheese) doodle
Therapy Dog in Training
A puppy’s life. Your daily dose of smiles.
I’m a flirt. Most handsome Pittsburgh puppy, Always giving cuddles. #1 wigglebutt.
Asher the Cat
Asher, Alexandra, Madeline and MJ
Suburb of Pittsburgh, PA
I’m a loving fluffy white pure bred Persian from da Burgh! Master of shenanigans, ninja ankle biter and treat connoisseur.
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