Dogspotting is just that – a Facebook group where people share photos of all the dogs they see. And it’s just as pure as it sounds. The group has one basic rule: don’t post pictures of dogs you know personally, whether it’s your own pup or one that you’ve seen before. Well, that and don’t mention any cats. But you’ve probably realized that on your own. Scroll down for the funniest examples!
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I just loved these, and I’m not a dog person. Thank you!
Love this cuties!
Love, love, love these!!!!!!
Bank doggie: I’d like to make a woofgrowl.
Love it 😍
These pics are perfect and pics capturing each dogs expression, where they sit, stand, poke out their heads, up, going down, out in , sharing with 10 other dogs that look like the same breeds etc its a clever capture of how much love each person loves their best friend.
Dog pics are genius
I love these!!!
So cute and funny. Love this site.
My mother in law sent them to me as she knows her son and I love our 2 dogs. Great site for dog lovers. Thanks
WARNING: This page is full of FLOOFS and BOOPS and MOOPSIES and can cause severe time-loss. I was supposed to watch a movie tonight but instead spent 2 hours squealing with delight. DO NOT ENTER if you have any deadlines due the next day including but not limited to homework, assignments, reports or essays.
YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!!
Kinda wish i could post a pic but it’s of my own doggo
I’m not a dog person,AND I LOVED THESE.🤣