- Golden Retriever videos are getting the most views on TikTok
- German Shepherds and Chihuahuas are the next most popular do breed on TikTok
- Research shows that the most popular dog accounts could be earning over $15,400 per TikTok video
A new report using TikTok data has been released by credit card comparisonsite Money.co.uk, revealing which breeds of dog are receiving the most videoviews on the social channel.
The video-sharing app TikTok has become hugely popular in the past couple ofyears, with millions of people using the app to get their daily fix of theinternet’s favourite commodity – cute dog videos. In fact, there have beenwell over 120 billion views of dog videos on TikTok to date, but it seems somedog breeds are much more popular on this social media site than others.
The top 12 most popular dog breeds on TikTok have all clocked up over 1billion video views each, but there’s one pup who is the clear leader of thepack. The Golden Retriever takes the biscuit as the most-watched dog breedon TikTok with 9.2 billion views, that’s nearly 5 billion views more than thesecond most popular TikTok dog, German Shepherds. In third place, theChihuahua takes bronze as TikTok’s most popular dog, beating Pugs, Poodles andPomeranians.
The Most Viewed Dog Videos on TikTok According to Breed Hashtags:
- Golden Retriever – 9.2 billion views
- German shepherd – 4.3 billion views
- Chihuahua – 4.1 billion views
- Pug – 3.6 billion views
- Rottweiler – 3.2 billion views
- Pomeranian – 3.1 billlion views
- French Bulldog – 2.8 billion views
- Labrador – 2.6 billion views
- Poodle – 2 billion views
- Great Dane – 1.7 billion views
- Siberian Husky – 1.4 billion views
- Samoyed – 1.2 billion views
- Border Collie – 1 billion views
- Sprollie – 872 million views
- Beagle – 737 million views
- Chow Chow – 617 million views
- Shih Tzu – 600 million views
- Australian Shepherd – 515 million views
- Newfoundland – 511 million views
- Bernese Mountain Dog – 409 million views
The fourth most viewed dog breed on TikTok is the Pug. Another canine reportby Money.co.uk revealed that as well as being popular on TikTok, people alsolove to show their love for pugs in a much more permanent fashion, revealingthem to be the most tattooed dog breed!
In 6th place is the Pomeranian, which is also the breed of one of the mostfamous dogs on social media in the world. Jiff Pom, who started his socialcareer on Instagram, is now on TikTok with no less than 20 million followersand over 500 million likes for his videos.
Husky videos are also wildly popular on TikTok, and one (or rather two) inparticular have captured the hearts of Tik Tok users. Kieran and Yasmin, bothAlaskan Klee Kai have over 2.5 million followers and could be earning up to£1,088 per post according to a TikTok earnings calculator.
In fact, with dog videos being so hugely popular on TikTok, there is potentialto earn thousands from your pup’s account. The report reveals that dogs witharound 200,000 followers can earn between around £70 and – £108 a post,whereas if you achieve more than a million engaged followers, your pup couldbe bringing in upwards of £725 per post.
Dog Influencer Earnings On TikTok:
Handle | Breed | Followers | Likes (millions) | Est Cost PerPost AUD $
@jiffpom | Pomeranian | 20,900,000 | 517.7 | $15,400
@tuckerbudzyn | Golden Retriever | 7,900,000 | 134.1 | $6,000
@whataboutbunny | Sheepadoodle | 5,900,000 | 118.6 | $4,550
@dougthepug | Pug | 5,800,000 | 87.5 | $4,400
@mayapolarbear | Samoyed | 4,800,000 | 62.4 | $3,700
@sushisaid | Cockapoo | 2,800,000 | 34 | $2,160
@lifewithkleekai | Alaskan Klee Kai | 2,500,000 | 44.8 | $1,900
@cocothemaltesedog | Maltese | 2,500,000 | 29 | $1,900
@fluffyface_enzo | Samoyed | 1,400,000 | 17.2 | $1,080
@minidoodlebentley | Doodle | 1,100,000 | 29.4 | $850
@gusgusinthecity | French Bulldog | 1,000,000 | 13.6 | $770
@baloublue | French Bulldog | 848,800 | 10.1 | $650
@maymothedog | Beagle | 245,100 | 3.8 | $190
@buddythedappleddachshund | Dachshund | 231,300 | 4 | $170
For more findings about TikTok’s favourite dog breeds visit:www.money.co.uk/credit-cards/dogs-tiktok
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