Digital doggies: Pet influencers on the rise in Singapore

Digital doggies: Pet influencers on the rise in Singapore

19/9/2021 3:31:00 AM

Digital doggies: Pet influencers on the rise in Singapore

SINGAPORE — Two fluffy white terriers wearing neckerchiefs pant quietly as their owner waves a treat and snaps a photo for the dogs' tens of thousands of Instagram followers.

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