We've shown you the most-follow cats of Instagram. Now it's time to make room on the couch for their eternal nemesis.
The most popular mutt on Instagram already boasts over 2 million followers—and with good reason. The photo-sharing platform is a perfect social destination for dog-lovers.
For your doggy delight and delectation, we've gathered together our 10 favorite Fidos that can be found being adorable over on Instagram.
Manny, the "philanthropist Frenchie from Chicago," is all up in your 'grams being flat-faced-gorgeous while doing good work for a large number of animal charities. That's all win.
A pirate dawg? What's not to like? One-eyed Yoghurt is Thailand's most famous pooch, described as "full of happiness."
These gremlin-faced Griffons from Wellington, New Zealand love dressing up. We love seeing them getting dressed up. It's a victimless canine fashion crime.
With 2 million followers, no wonder Maru the Japanese Shiba Inu is always smiling. Actually, we think if Maru had 22 followers, he'd still have a grin on his adorable fluffy face. Follow this happy chap for a daily dose of dog-happy.
Made famous by photographer-owner Theron Humphrey's "Maddy on Things" series, many of you will know this coonhound has got some impressive balance. She can also do cute with the best of them, so Humphrey's @ThisWildIdea account is a recommended follow.
6) Menswear Dog
Meet Menswear Dog, a.k.a. The Most Stylish Dog in the World, a.k.a Bodhi. He is so very awesome at making clothes look good he's actually bagged actual menswear modeling work IRL (in real life). True story.
Ginny is a tousle-haired little Jack Russell terrier hailing from the U.K. Her sweet, kooky personality shines through in every post making her a must-follow for fans of this popular, plucky breed.
If you want all the feels, follow Tuna. A rescue Chiweenie, her endearingly goofy overbite smile will make you glad every time you see it that someone (Courtney Dasher, to be precise) saw her beauty and gave her a happy life.
Corgnelius and Stumphrey are two Corgi brothers busy "waddling around" West L.A. As fans of the breed will know, Corgis are just about the happiest, silliest dogs around so you can imagine the fun these two fluff-bros have.
Marnie is a sweet, 12-year-old Shih Tzu adopted from an NYC shelter when she was 10. Promoting awareness of the benefits of giving a home to more senior dogs, Marnie's lop-sided looks and fun personality has seen her rack up 1.8 million followers.