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Welcome to the World of #MuttButtMondays on Instagram

These dogs are proud to show off their adorable derrieres to the world.

Phillip Mlynar  |  Mar 2nd 2015


For this week’s delve down the rabbit hole of dog-themed Instagram hashtags, we’ll be exploring the fantastical world that is Mutt Butt Mondays. Now, before you channel your inner Olivia Benson and wonder exactly what sort of depraved selection of images you’re about to stumble into, let me reassure you that Mutt Butt Mondays is good wholesome entertainment that the whole family can enjoy. It is nothing more untoward than a celebration of dogs who are so proud of their derrieres that they like to show them off to willing cameraphone lenses. (Also, as a pedant’s note, it should be mentioned that it doesn’t have to actually be a Monday to enjoy this festival of bottoms.)

Here then is your introduction to the realm of canine rear-end theory.

It’s impossible not to be bowled over at the impeccable form on display here. With precision butt moves like this, expect to see this Staffordshire/Mastiff cross popping up in the next Beyonce or Miley video before the summer is out.

This pair of Bulldogs are showcasing the artsy potential of #MuttButtMondays, as they demonstrate two contrasting perspectives to create a captivating image.

This Labrador is sheer nonchalance personified. Audacious mutt-butting!

Chicken legs? Check. Dramatic water splash? Check. Perfect rear-end poise? Check. This Staffordshire Terrier has truly mastered the hashtag.

You can always trust a canine to pass scathing commentary on the true worth of Kanye West’s beloved shutter shades. Also, if you stare at the pic long enough it looks a bit like an elephant.

A photo posted by Badger (@badger_and_bodhi) on Aug 26, 2013 at 3:01pm PDT

I would not be surprised if Disney’s lawyers have already locked this fun-loving dog up in copyright purgatory, so enjoy this bedazzled Mini-Mouse Mutt Butt Mondays moment while it lasts.

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About Phillip Mlynar: The self-appointed world’s foremost expert on rappers’ cats. When not penning posts on rap music, he can be found building DIY cat towers for his adopted domestic shorthair, Mimosa, and collecting Le Creuset cookware (in red). He has also invented cat sushi, but it’s not quite what you think it is.