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Hashtag Hounds Rack Up Followers With Wacky Antics
Funny pictures of dogs taken by their owners have become a big trend in social media. 
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This photo shows Tuna in Los Angeles. The dog, dubbed a Chiweenie in hashtags, had 835,727 followers as of Tuesday June 10, 2014, making him the second-most-followed dog on Instagram. 

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This photo provided by Courtney Dasher shows Dasher playing with her dog Tuna in Los Angeles. Dasher rescued the chihuahua-dachshund mix with bug eyes, a big nose and an infamous overbite in 2010. Dasher started the Instagram account @tunameltsmyheart in 2011, giving Tuna insta-fame. 

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Photo of Tuna in Los Angeles. 

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Loni Edwards with her dog Chloe at the Nike Flatiron store in New York.
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This photo shows Chloe at the Nike Running Flatiron store in New York. Chloe has her own Instagram page, @chloe_theminifrenchie. Funny pet photos continue to be a trend on social media, and muttbombs and animal Instagram accounts are so popular that they have been taken up by shelters and others to promote adoptions or rescue campaigns. 

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This photo shows Manny the Frenchie, owned by Amber Chavez. Pet owners are unleashing their pooches on the photo-sharing service, setting up accounts to show Manny the French bulldog sporting spectacles. Chavez owns Manny with her boyfriend Jon.

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Manny the Frenchie napping in a bathroom sink.

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Hashtag Hounds Rack Up Followers With Wacky Antics

Funny pictures of dogs taken by their owners have become a big trend in social media. 

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