Most Popular Dogs On Instagram, 2017 (So Far)

These dogs are more popular than, well, most of a lot. Take a look at these Instagram feeds and you’ll see why: From lavish wardrobes to to puppy playdates, these dogs are more than just a pretty face and a wagging tail. Your Instagram feed could always use more dog pictures, right?

#1 Meet Sid, the Beagle (@myregalbeagle)


Sid likes napping in hammocks, building forts, and eating kibble-topped pizza. In other words, he’s living THE LIFE.

#2 Meet Bodhi, the Shiba Inu (@mensweardog)

Bodhi rocks a wide range of stylish wear - from dapper tuxedos to preppy blazers to hip athleisure. And those facial expressions? If GQ were to ever feature a dog on its cover, this would be the one! Bodhi isn’t the only famous Shiba Inu to grace Instagram: Meet Maru the Shiba Inu (@marutaro), who lives in Japan and keeps his 2.5 million followers happy with daily pictures and videos.

#3 Meet Marnie, the Shih Tzu (@marniethedog)

Marnie, the Shih Tzu

At 15 years old, Marnie may be considered a “senior dog,” but she shows the world that a few extra years doesn’t have to slow you down! With her adorable head tilt and lolling tongue, Marnie can’t help but make you smile.

Meet Doug, the Pug (@itsdougthepug)

Doug the Pug Dog

Doug has an insatiable appetite for life...and sweets. Enjoy pictures of Doug with everything from Doritos to ice cream. Basically, he’s the dog you’d want nearby when the munchies hit.

Meet Toby, the Chow Chow (@tobypuff) 

tobypuff cream chow dog

As his Instagram handle implies, Toby is adorably fluffy. Toby is now two years old, but has been on Instagram since his puppy days. Scroll through to watch him grow and play!


LiLou City pig & the 1st volunteer pig in SF SPCA AAT program. I bring smiles & love my mom! Juliana breed. Pig = human toddler. Teacup pig = unicorn

Dogs aren’t the only stars of Instagram. Meet LiLou, the Juliana pig (@lilou_sfpig). LiLou is the first pig to be certified in the Animal Assisted Therapy Program of the San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, as well as the first non-canine member of the Wag Brigade. The Wag Brigade brings trained animals to San Francisco airport to greet passengers and reduce the stress of travel. We hope to see LiLou at SFO soon!