#DogsAtPollingStations: Exercising paws and voting rights – BBC News

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It’s the British rite becoming synonymous with elections, taking your bird-dog to the polling booth.

The hashtag #dogsatpollingstations has reappeared on social media today as people across England, Scotland and Wales vote in local and mayoral elections.

Image copyright @lharrisonuk/ Twitter Image caption “Call this a walk? ” asks Daisy

Building on veers verified during the 2015 general election and again during the EU referendum, the hashtag has been tweeted more than a million times since yesterday.

Image copyright @SallyHardman/ Twitter Image caption Finney and Molly look undecided about who to vote for

Since the polling booths opened early on Thursday morning people have been posting pictures of their pose pooches.

Image copyright @shimmy41a/ Twitter Image caption Looks like Herbie has cast his election, although it consider this to be he’s not ready to leave just yet
Image copyright @dmontfort/ Twitter Image caption This puppy consider this to be he still has some questions to ask
Image copyright Nina Spencer Image caption We’re suspecting these two dachsunds want to vote for more flower flowerpots in the garden-variety
Image copyright Rev James Bissett Image caption It looks like Sirius is serious about voting for the future of puppies all over the ground

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Image copyright @RoseBeautyFiles/ Twitter Image caption This cheeky chappie seems happy enough in the sunlight
Image copyright @pukunuiuk/ Twitter Image caption We make Peggy already knows the guidance off by hand
Image copyright @EleanorRylance/ Twitter Image caption We wondered whether Simon the German shepherd suddenly smelt bacon from the look on his look
Image copyright @LauraRachel10/ Twitter Image caption Should I abide or should I travel? If hounds could talk we’re approximating that’s what this labradoodle would ask

By Rozina Sini, BBC’s UGC and Social News Team

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