People do not only join this GroupMe for the uplifting pictures of dogs. They also help local animals find forever homes. When asking Ivy Graves if this GroupMe has aided her in finding help for dogs, she replied with, “100% yes. If we need to find a foster we always put it in the group chat and within an hour someone in the chat has found someone who is gracious enough to foster.” Members always post a photo when they see a dog in need. Through this
Friendships also form between these dog lovers. Graves also claims she met one of her best friends through the GroupMe, “Well there were a bunch of people in the GroupMe who were trying to rescue a couple animals in the shelter. And we were able to rescue those babies, but after
Another member of the GroupMe, Gabe Atkinson, had a very successful doggy date that was conducted with a fellow member. Through this not only
When asking the creator of ‘OG Auburn Dogspotting,’ Reign Parker, why she started the GroupMe, she replied with, “I honestly started it my sophomore year with like ten of my friends, because we wanted a place to send cute pictures of dogs.” She never knew it would grow into what it is now, a refuge for dog lovers. They can brag by sending pictures of their fur babies, help rescue dogs in need, and make forever friends.
Sign up for our newsletter
Get The Plainsman straight to your inbox.
Do you like this story? The Plainsman doesn't accept money from tuition or student fees, and we don't charge a subscription fee. But you can donate to support The Plainsman.Support The Plainsman