Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

Sad Dogs Outside Shops Is A Sad-Cute Instagram You Need To See.

Dogs thrive when they are with their humans. They wag their tails, lick your hands, and jump for joy to be with you. After a long week of work or school, canines expect you will spend your free time with them. They are not being selfish, they just find you to be the most important being in their lives.

As hard as it is for a canine, humans cannot be with them 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This doesn't mean they will not wait for you patiently, just so you can hang out like besties are supposed to do.

Dog owners are notorious for leaving their dogs tied outside while they go into a store or coffee shop.

Andy, an Irishman, moved to Australia and noticed this popular trend. Being an avid canine lover, he couldn’t help but do something about it.

Dog owners are notorious for leaving their dogs tied outside while they go into a store or coffee shop.

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The sad-looking faces of the waiting pooches tugged at Andy's heart.

He launched the Instagram and Facebook accounts; Sad Dogs Outside Shops. He posts the photos on social media.

The sad-looking faces of the waiting pooches tugged at Andy's heart.

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He believes humans are taking their pets for granted.

"One thing I noticed when I moved over was the amount of dogs tied up at shops! I've always loved dogs and liked to pet them to cheer them up a bit so when I saw them and I thought other people would get a kick out of seeing them online too," he says.

He believes humans are taking their pets for granted.

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People from all over the world like Spain, Canada, U.S., UK, and Ireland, began to share their own photos.

"I just got our first Russian sad dog this morning which is great. It's like the people, once they were made aware of the dogs, realized that they see them all the time," Andy says.

People from all over the world like Spain, Canada, U.S., UK, and Ireland, began to share their own photos.

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Sad Dogs Outside Shops is meant to bring awareness through social media.

"The account is of course really just a bit of fun and an antidote to all the rubbish that's on Facebook and Instagram nowadays," Andy explains. "Where people are just putting up stylized versions of themselves."

Sad Dogs Outside Shops is meant to bring awareness through social media.

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