Dog Posts On Social Media

They make it fun to stay connected
By Karen B. London PhD, May 2019, Updated April 2020

Like most dog lovers, my social media feeds are filled with posts about dogs, by and for dog lovers. I can always count on a good laugh as long as my friends and those I follow keep posting their thoughts about dogs. Here are some of my favorites from the past few months.

  • If you’re my neighbor, sooner or later you’re going to see me chasing a dog in my underwear.
  • If I got rid of everything that didn’t “spark joy” I’d be on the side of the road with my dog and my coffee maker.

  • When I say, “I’m just going to the bathroom,” my dogs hear, “Family meeting, now! Let’s go.”
  • “Don’t worry. He’s friendly!” All of Dorothy’s troubles could have been avoided if she’d just had her dog on a leash.
  • Wow. Apparently, it’s “rude” to ask the parents of a kid on a leash if it was a rescue.


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  • A telemarketer called and asked to speak to whoever runs the household. I passed the phone to my dog.
  • Taking a dog named Shark to the beach is a very bad idea.
  • The purest love in the world exists between men and the dogs they said they didn’t want.
  • Date a guy who says things like, “I’m proud of you”, “You’re right and I was wrong”, and “I don’t know where this extra dog came from but he fits in great and now he needs a friend.”

  • (On a photo of three dogs, each on a cushy dog bed): My wireless doorbells on their chargers.
  • I think we are born with two hands so that we can pet two dogs at once.
  • Would like puppy snuggles today. . .preferably an entire litter of Labs but I’m not picky.
  • Just text me when you get here. There’s no need to knock and get the dogs involved.
  • If you had to choose between the man of your dreams and the dog of your dreams, which BREED would you get?
  • Cleanliness may be next to godliness, but if you live with two big dogs during springtime, it’s next to impossible.

What dog-related posts have made you happy lately?

photo by *-mika-*/Flickr

Karen B. London, PhD, is a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist and Certified Professional Dog Trainer who specializes in working with dogs with serious behavioral problems, including aggression. She has authored five books on canine training and behavior.