The Dogist Instagram account is about to change your life for the better
Like Humans of New York... but with DOGGOS!
Wednesdays are the WORST.
The weekend is a distant memory, but you can't really get excited for the weekend to come just yet.
There's no light at the end of the tunnel just yet...
And while there may be no light, there are always dogs, and nothing is better than a stunning doggo.
A few months ago I stumbled across The Dogist Instagram account, and my life changed for the better.
What is this greatness, I hear you ask?
Well, imagine the likes of Humans of New York, but instead of humans, there are hundreds of dogs.
I know, dreams can come true.
Elias Weiss Friedman started this amazing account, which he describes as a "photo-documentary series about the beauty of dogs".
I, on the other hand, refer to it as the dog BIBLE... because that is what it is.
Every day different dogs are featured on the feed, including pictures and gorge little bios.
For example, this is the lovely Cooper, a 7-month-old dalmatian from New Orleans.
According to his profile, "he eats anything – rocks, dirt, food or not food, pizza off a counter, banana peel off a counter…”
My kind of guy.
Not only does The Dogist feature lovely pups who have homes, he regularly posts profiles of doggos looking for homes.
Take this lovely fella, for example.
His name is Zatarin, and he's a 5-month-old baby G who wants to find a forever family.
What a CUTIE!
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Available for adoption: Zatarin (5 m/o), Rusty (12 y/o), Dante (13 y/o), Trylah (3 y/o), & Buddy (8 m/o), mixes, Animal Rescue New Orleans, New Orleans, LA • “Zatarin is always waitin’ for his cup of jambalaya. Rusty loves women and car rides. Dante could be in a rock band. Trylah loves other dogs and water. Buddy is a little dumb – picture a frat boy slamming beers with his friends. Probably needs some lessons in manners, but that’s for after college.” @animalrescueno #SatoToTheRescue #RescueRide
If you genuinely cannot get enough of this Instagram (same), then you're in luck.
The Dogist also comes in the form of a book, or even a calendar if you're that way inclined.
There's even a very special edition book, called 'The Dogist: Puppies' which honestly deserves a Nobel Prize.
Enjoy this gift. You're welcome.
Feature image courtesy of The Dogist.