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9 more adorable Irish dogs you need to follow on Instagram



Now here’s part two…

1. Rubble (@Tara_and_Charlie_and_Rubble)

Three dogs for the price of one here, with three month old Jack Russell terrier Rubble, and his pals Charlie and Tara.

2. Mika (@MikaAndFriends)

Mika and pals can be found at an Irish dog hotel in Dublin, if you don’t mind.

This is Mika:

And here are some of his friends:

3. Model Mutts (@Model_Mutts)

Millie, Geri and their dogwalking pals get into all kinds of scrapes, like hanging out with the president’s dogs, having baths, and waving at trains. Well, wagging their tails at trains at least.

4. Bailey and Gizmo (@BaileyAndGizmo)

Rescue dogs Bailey and Gizmo live in Kilkenny with Topsy the cat.

5. Pippy (@Pippys_World)

Twelve-year-old Jack Russell terrier Pippy is “the most spoiled dog in Ireland”. And who are we to argue?

#mondays #yawn

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6. Bully, Mia and TJ (@bullymiatj)

An English bull terrier and two frenchies? Sign us up.

7. Buddy (@BuddyCollieBrownigan)

A Dublin dwelling rescue border collie who is just DELIGHTED with life.

8. Mela (@mela_gsd)

A beautiful black German shepherd living in Dublin. Those ears! That shiny black coat! Those pals!

9. Yoji (@insta_yoji)

The happiest pup 😄

A post shared by Yojimbo the Shiba Inu 🐺 用心棒 (@insta_yoji) on

A Japanese Shiba Inu growing up pretty far from Japan. So handsome!

"Shaken or stirred?" 🍸🍹

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11 adorable Irish dogs you need to follow on Instagram

This guy with nine elderly rescue dogs and a pig is the best thing on Instagram

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