The Huddersfield Dogs are a UK-based charity whose mission is to inspire and support the homeless.
They also have an adorable dog, who is one of the most popular dogs on their Instagram account.
In this episode of the Huddlersfield Dogs, we meet The Higg, an adorable Australian Shepherd.
The Hoggs are part of the ‘Huggable Hound’ campaign, a campaign that encourages people to buy more pet food and dog products.
Read moreRead moreThe Higg is part of an initiative called Huggability.
A charity launched in 2016 by the Higg Foundation, the Huggs aim to educate people about the health benefits of eating dog food.
They aim to create a healthy lifestyle and reduce stress by encouraging people to purchase and use dog food, dog treats and other dog products to help reduce their dog’s health risks.
Huggability is a 501(c)(3) charity, which means that all profits go back into the Hogg Foundation.
The Foundation has also received support from the Department of Health to help with the mission.
“We are always looking for new ways to support the Hogs’ mission to provide positive, fun, healthy living for dogs,” Huggabs founder James Kavanagh said in a statement.
When we asked if there was a specific campaign that the Higgs Foundation was working on to raise awareness about the benefits of dog food and treats, Kavanaghs response was clear.
“We are working on a few things with the Hutties, including one campaign called Hoggability, and I’m happy to share more details with you,” he said. Read more “Hoggability is about the fact that we eat more dog food now, and that it is easier to find, and more nutritious, food for our dogs.”
A video posted on the Haggies Instagram account shows them taking a dog walk in a shopping centre and showing off a dog-themed table, including a dog bowl.
The Haggs have a small dog, called Paddy, who plays a very prominent role in their Instagram content.
Paddy plays a small role in the Hags Instagram content, and often appears alongside Paddy on the feed.
In the Harges account, Paddy is described as a “pet, a member of the family, a good friend, and a huggable hound”.
Paddys personality is also described as “fun, bubbly, and friendly”, and “always willing to help you out with a problem”.
“Paddy’s personality is always willing to assist you when you need him,” the Hittings account states.
“He’s just a good hugg.”
Paddies favourite activity is to jump on his owner’s lap.
After they have jumped on Paddy’s lap, he will curl up and lie on his belly and hold his tail in his mouth.
He also likes to “bark, squeal, and yelp”.
The account also shows Paddy being taken on a walk by his owner, who also takes him on walks.
A post shared by The Hagg Dogs (@thehuggablehogs) on Dec 1, 2017 at 7:04am PST In addition to sharing their favourite activity, the Instagram account also includes a video that shows Paddys favourite activity.
You can watch it here.
We’ve also found a video on The Hags account, in which Paddy takes a selfie with a group of children.
The children are shown sitting on a park bench, holding up their hands in front of them, and Paddies face is shown behind them.
It also features a picture of a child holding Paddy and Paddy holding his paw.
If you watch the video carefully, you can also see Paddy taking a selfie in front a dog, as well as Paddy taking a video of himself sitting on the bench.
So, what’s the deal with all that food and treat packaging?
“The Hoggies have spent years trying to get the word out about dog food as it’s a great way to get your dogs healthy and happy,” the account states on its website.
As well as promoting pet food, the charity also promotes dog food products in stores and online, and has also partnered with local pet shops to sell dog treats, which they refer to as “puppies treats”.
There are a number of dog foods on offer on the UK supermarket shelves, with brands like The Higgs and The Haugies also selling treats at the UK market.
What’s more, there are also products that are sold at the Hotties store, such as dog biscuits and dog food bars.
All the products are designed to help dogs with digestive problems,