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Whether you're looking for adorable photos, heartwarming stories, or expert tips on how to turn your own pup into a social media star, we've got you covered.

Today we got the honor of interviewing Angie (Sheba & Millie & Ace & Lottie's Human). You can find a direct link to their Instagram here.

Here is their story:

Can you tell us about your journey to becoming a dog influencer? What inspired you to start sharing your dog's adventures on social media?

Angie: The love of my first cavoodle Sheba, sharing her adventures. But while networking in many Facebook dog groups it shocked me how much misinformation on everything dog is circling around. Raising dogs and breeding since I was in my early twenties made me very knowledgeable on facts and myths. I also have been strong advocate of raw feeding.

What do you think sets your dog apart from other dogs on social media? What makes them unique or particularly interesting to your followers?

Angie: They are obviously all very cute. But also living as a pack even when we have puppies and our dynamics are old school with boundaries, leadership and both negative and positive aspects in training. Including ESI and ENS puppy program.

How do you come up with ideas for your dog's posts and content? Do you have a specific creative process?

Angie: Cute moments, funny events, specific subjects I encountered during browsing Facebook posts, announcements etc.

Have you ever faced any challenges or negativity on social media, and how have you dealt with it?

Angie: Yes, I said earlier the way I train and raise my dogs is old school. I face lashback quite often from "new age" fanatics or ignorant people. It's a battle to promote something that's not popular like healthy food. I'm on social media so grew thicker skin, stand by my beliefs and always have facts, studies, research to back me up. I'm stepping into new mine field very soon with introducing ESN (early spay neuter) I will be crucified.

What advice would you give to someone who wants to start their own dog influencer account or share their dog on social media?

Angie: Post on regular bases, decide what kind of audience would you like? Fast scrollers with attention span of gold fish who click "like" or solid followers who want to engage into conversation. Make posts visual for first, informative for the latter. Research well what you talk about.

How has your dog influenced your life outside of social media?

Angie: My dogs are my life, my family. I'm agoraphobic, my world has 4 walls. They create routine for me, responsibility, force me to get out of bed, easy my anxiety, make me laugh a lot, breeding connects me with outside world and like minded people.

Can you tell us about a particularly memorable or funny moment you've had with your dog during one of your photo shoots or adventures?

Angie: Not a photo shoot. I own very naughty 5 month old cavoodle. Water! Bowls, she dug water out, tall containers she would tip over, buckets dig out to tip over, few days ago I used big, tall, rectangular storage container. Thought I'm winning. She clearly took a bath in it, splashed all water out and jumped on me in bed to tell me about it and smother me with kisses.

What is your favorite thing about being a dog influencer?

Angie: Chatting with other dog lovers, networking with other breeders, improving lives of some dogs when owners are keen to learn.

Lastly, what's next for you and your dog on social media? Any exciting plans or projects in the works?

Angie: Nothing special at the moment, we hope to connect with some brands we believe in and are worth supporting and putting our reputation behind them. At the moment we work with Lyka, have talks with Taste of the Wild.