Our favourite doggy bloggers

Over at Tails.com HQ, we love a good blog, especially if it’s dog-themed! We thought we’d put together a list of our favourites to share the love – whether you’re looking for tips and tricks on dog behaviour or nutrition, or just looking for dog-friendly places to stay, these fabulous dog blogs will have you covered.

Not only has Theresa, the human behind The Dogvine, created the most aesthetically pleasing doggy blog we’ve seen, but she’s also curated an invaluable guide to being a dog-owner in one of the busiest cities in the world. Filled with a wealth of information on London’s dog-friendly pubs, hotels and even football teams, this is one you won’t want to miss if you’re planning a trip to the capital.

Okay, so she’s not technically a blogger, but we love Dolly’s Instagram feed. She’s super sassy and super cute – a pocket-sized powerhouse who has captured our hearts with her honesty and humour. Oh, and she even has her own column in Marie Claire 💅

Kimberly’s blog is one to bookmark if you’re living in or travelling to a city as she’s created an incredible guide to city-living with your four-legged-friend. Filled with tips and tricks on travel, places to stay and things to keep your dog occupied, it’s a dog blog masterpiece that’s been 7 years in the making.

We love this one. After spending four years working in the ‘dog scene’, these two bloggers know their stuff when it comes to testing products, writing reviews and giving advice to their readers. We love how easy it is to navigate, and we think their dogs are pretty cute, too!

A fine mix of useful information mixed with a generous helping of humour, Dogly is the go-to for UK dog news. Whether it be looking at the best coats to buy in 2020, or the latest video to go viral, you’re guaranteed to find something interesting.

We’d love to know what you think – and if your favourite isn’t here, share the love and let us know in the comments!

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