The latest social media dog trends have led to a massive rise in the amount of puppy-related posts appearing on people’s news feeds.
And with experts are warning that these crazes are in fact changing the public’s attitude towards owning a dog, and making more owners purchase puppies without fully considering the commitment.
We called on our readers to find out more about the effects of the online puppy obsession, and have their say about whether they think the social media puppy crisis really exists.
The survey revealed that over half of respondents are seeing pictures and videos of puppies appear on their timelines more than once a day.
And a shocking 57 percent said that they had thought about getting a certain breed based on something they see on their news feed.
To see the full results of our exclusive survey, roll over the image below.
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WATCH – How social media puppies don’t tell the whole story
READ – How the latest social media trends are harming our dogs
LISTEN – The pain behind the designer cross-breed craze
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