Dogspotting is a Facebook group where people share photos of the dogs they meet. And yes, it is as pure as it sounds. The group has 1.8 million members and they all follow one basic rule: No photos of dogs that you know personally are posted, whether it’s your own pet or others you’ve seen before. And cats are not mentioned either, but that’s pretty obvious. And that’s it, basically. The free format ensures you see something new every day, from Newfoundland on the roof to corgis in a backpack. Take a look and enjoy some of the group’s best posts yet.
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#1 My grandfather has dementia, and he felt sorry for the dogs that had to spend the day outside, so he entertained them by showing them pictures
Dogspotting is a game, a sport in which the dogs you meet are portrayed, explain the administrators. If you want instead, put photos of your own dog or others you know, use this other page: Dogspotting Society . If you want to do well, you should stay away from places where you are expected to find dogs, such as veterinarians and perruquerías.
#2 I don’t know if they have seen me
The most common are photos and videos, but texts and art are also supported. However, if the dog is stressed or has a problem, do not post it. You will not see politics, or cropped ears, or the controversy adopt VS buy, in the group. “Those who meet a dog have no control over it. You have to be respectful.