10 TikTok canine ‘influencers’ that may earn 1000’s of kilos per publish
10 TikTok Dog Influencers That Can Make Thousands of Pounds Per Post
We’ve all heard of influencers who can make a decent amount of money from an Instagram post.
But what about the four-legged stars stealing their way through TikTok?
With nearly 690 million active users worldwide, the video sharing platform seems like the place to be for dog accounts – who doesn’t appreciate this content?
In fact, the hashtag #dogsoftiktok has 63.9 billion views and #petsoftiktok 21.5 billion, reports TeamDogs.
That said, your dog could become as big a star as you are on social media.
From puppies that can perform tricks to rejuvenation classes on dogs, here’s an overview compiled by Write from the Heart of the top 10 TikTok dogs to raise the sponsorship money – including an account that can be used more than £ 7,000 can be earned per post.
10) @ fairytrails.ig
(Image: @ fairytrails.ig / TikTok)
This Tik Tok account contains Sammy, Yuna, and foster friends, including Pepito, who only has two legs.
Despite having the lowest wages in this group, they can still make quite a formidable income, making up to £ 692.92 per post.
Sammy and Yuna have a million followers and 15.2 million likes.
The couple seem to be best friends.
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(Image: @beingbirch / TikTok)
With Border Collie Mix Birch, Alaskan Husky Bambi and Mini American Shepherd Bliss, @beingbirch has 1.3 million followers and 23.1 million likes.
The trio love to hug each other and can earn up to £ 937.39 per post for doing so.
Quite a beautiful life!
(Image: @ littlemissfurious / TikTok)
The grumpy-looking Maddy has become known for her unique expression on TikTok, dubbed @littlemissfurious.
Her owner is playing with videos that appear to make fun of Maddy’s angry face.
She has 1.6 million followers and 23.3 million likes earns her up to £ 1,082.43 per post.
Fans can even book them to play in a personalized video via Cameo.
(Image: @ boomer_the_landcloud / TikTok)
Boomer is a dog with his own YouTube channel and has a large fan base with 1.8 million followers and 29.8 million likes.
Because of its popularity, it can make up to £ 1,300.09 per post.
Fun fact about boomers – he can do the conga!
(Image: @ arrowtotherescue / TikTok)
The rescue dog @arrowtotherescue has gained 2.3 million followers on TikTok and can be recognized immediately by his heterochromia – or eyes in different colors.
Its videos have garnered 24.8 million likes and grossed up to £ 1,582.74 per post for its owner.
(Image: @girlwithedogs / TikTok)
This account is owned and operated by Canada-based dog groomer Vanessa.
She regularly shows the grooming process as well as some impressive doggy makeovers.
Three million followers and 93.2 million likes mean @girlwithedogs can receive up to £ 1,875.40 per post.
(Image: @ dog_and_his_boomer / TikTok)
@Dog_and_his_boomer’s star, Nala, is a seizure alert service dog.
The report highlights some of Nala’s tricks, viral dog challenges, and her antics with her owner.
With 4.1 million followers and 74.7 million likes, Nala can earn up to £ 2,884.68 per post.
3) @ minging888
(Image: @ minging888 / TikTok)
This cute pooch often wears beautiful outfits that seem always been chosen by himself.
Currently @ minging888 has five million followers and 41.7 million likes which means its owners can earn up to £ 3,593.27 per post.
(Image: @ whataboutbunny / TikTok)
@Whataboutbunny is a dog with more likes than Miley Cyrus. It communicates with additional and alternative communication devices.
Bunny owner Alexis Devine tries to teach her how to speak for her 6.6 million followers.
With 140.2 million likes, Bunny can bring in up to £ 4,543.71.
(Image: z azchpn / TikTok)
The front runners in this group are @azchpn with toy poodle Panna and Chihuahuas Azuki and Chocola.
You are the richest pooch on TikTok, with 9.9 million followers and 92.3 million likes.
The trio also have a YouTube account and can fetch up to £ 7,113.89 per post.