‘Rich Dogs Of Instagram’ Pokes Fun At Photos Posted By Rich Kids

After seeing some of the insane photos posted by The Rich Kids of Instagram, it’s pretty hard not to daydream about their designer-dripping, diamond-encrusted luxe lifestyles. Here is another creative parody account that will make you break into a smile. Called ‘Rich Dogs Of Instagram’, the account features posh pups going for exotic holidays, dressing up in lavish accessories, and even driving around in their own luxury vehicles. Scroll down to view photos of these “rich dogs”, or follow them here for more updates.

I’m in love with da Coco.
I’m in love with da Coco.
Coach? No. I only fly private.
Coach? No. I only fly private.
Dom P facials can only mean one thing: K9 Kirill was here.
Dom P facials can only mean one thing: K9 Kirill was here.
Forget chew toys, rich dogs only play with real toys.
Forget chew toys, rich dogs only play with real toys.
Just sunbathing on Swan Lake.
Just sunbathing on Swan Lake.
I woke up like this. #cashflowflawless
I woke up like this. #cashflowflawless
And it’s not even my birthday.
And it’s not even my birthday.
Shout out to Kim K for organizing my canine closet.
Shout out to Kim K for organizing my canine closet.
I didn’t choose the limo life, it chose me.
I didn’t choose the limo life, it chose me.

(Via: Design Taxi)

The Secret: Gold Bond…

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G old Bond is one of those things that’s always in my dog first aid kit. It’s readily available at any pharmacy, so it’s easy to find.

I often use it in the summer on itchy dogs. They get chafed between their ‘leg pits’ (as I like to call them!). It has a nice cooling sensation on contact and instantly relieves itching. It can also be used as a preventative measure for sticky, sweaty leg-pits in the summer.  I have yet to meet a dog who doesn’t love the sensation of me gently rubbing their tummy with it.

I recently pulled it out to use on Pickles, the frenchie (see photos above) as his little harness has been rubbing under his legs. This is a very common problem with the webbing harnesses, but Gold Bond saved the day! Now his little leg-pits are comfortable and well on their way to healing up.  In the photos you can clearly see his red, irritated skin before one use of Gold Bond and then the HUGE difference afterwards!

It works! I’m a Gold Bond believer!

Do you have any tricks to help with harnesses rubbing under dogs legs?