Today is Dog Friendly Ireland Day, don't ya know?
Dog-related content always goes over well. Any day of the week, any time of the day... doesn't matter, we'll take it. It's hard to be in a bad mood when looking at photos of smiling pups, no matter how angry you are at the world it's a guaranteed way to turn your frown upside down - Irish mammies believe in the healing properties of flat 7up and buttered toast, I believe in the mood-boosting properties of dog pics.
As do Dogs Trust who is asking people to celebrate Dog Friendly Ireland Day by sharing photos of their best boys and girls online. An annual event, ordinarily, the idea is to encourage businesses across Ireland to open their doors to customers and their four-legged friends - however, with most places only preparing to reopen next week, they've changed things up a bit this year, moving the event online.
Dog lovers across the country have happily obliged, posting photos of their beloved pooches on social media and keeping us all very happy in the process. There's little we love more than trawling through endless photos of happy doggos. Keep 'em coming, folks.
Today is #DogFriendlyIrelandDay and it’s all about celebrating the canine colleagues who have helped you while #workingfromhome
Willow tried logging on, but its #friday so she's providing moral support from bed pic.twitter.com/OhkHAsDvNv
— Brian McKeon (@BrianMckeon) June 26, 2020
— fee franklin (@feefranklin) June 26, 2020
— Adrienne O'Sullivan (@adrienn_o) June 26, 2020
My ‘Empawee’ of the Month goes to Ollie who has been the best assistant since working from home! Well done to all the doggos out there keeping their owners sane during lockdown 🥰🤩 #DogFriendlyIrelandDay @DogsTrust_IE pic.twitter.com/H2aH4shsQC
— Christina Mahon (@ChristinaMahonx) June 26, 2020
One of these is not like the others...
Spot the odd one out ❤️ pic.twitter.com/ZtY0v4boo4
— Magners Farm (@MagnersFarm) June 25, 2020
— Vinnie Quinn (@vinniequinn) June 26, 2020
— Marc ‘with a Sea’ Diamond™ (@MarcD_Weegem) June 26, 2020
Here's a candid snap of my own dog working hard (she's a pro at looking busy).
Asking people to donate what they can to help, even the price of a coffee can go a long way. This is just the pure, wholesome content we need to see us in the weekend.
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