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The whole idea of dog’s surfing is utter preposterous.  In the sixteen years that we had a dog in our house, I can count the number of seconds on one hand that our dog stood still in a bathtub.  “Frisky” was no fan of water.  So, the notion of dog’s not only digging the ocean, but balancing on a surfboard is just wild to me.

However, that’s precisely what was going on last weekend at Florida’s Flagler Beach.  A mini goldendoodle named, “Charlie Brown,” was declared the best of the surfing pooches in the annual dog surfing competition.  Charlie is owned by 13-year-old, Finley Lamb.  According to, she says she got the dog started in the sport by putting him on a surfboard in a pool and then later to the beach.  “My other dog, Maui, she loves surfing, and he follows everything Maui does, because she’s older, so he just was like, Oh, let me try that as well. And he ended up being very good at it.”

The good news is Charlie Brown is only 10 months old.  This was his first dog surfing competition, so it stands to reason many more championships could be forthcoming.

Here's How Much Money The Most Popular Dog Influencers Bring Home On TikTok

And I am officially doing the wrong thing with my life. Yes, I post occasionally on TikTok but I’ve yet to make a penny off of that. But if you’re doing it correctly, you can be making a pretty penny. And one of the most popular types of accounts on the social media platform? Dogs. There are tons of dog influencers on TikTok and many of them are quite successful. The hashtag “dog” has a whopping 413.8 billion views with #dogsofTikTok and #dogs each having well over 100 billion views as well. That’s a billion with b. But more important in the world of influencers than views is engagement rates (likes, comments, shares, etc) which these canines are also racking up.

Our friends at Printed Pet Memories conducted a study on the most financially successful dog influencers on TikTok. And yeah, I’m in the completely wrong career field. These dogs are racking up what I make in a week in one post. To come up with these dollar amounts Printed Pet Memories used an Influencer Marketing Calculator (didn’t know that existed) to figure out what they can earn per sponsored TikTok post. Anyone have a dog I can borrow? Keep reading to see who the most successful dog influencers are, a cute video of them, as well as what they can bring in per post.