This Woman Shows What It’s Like To Raise 2 Toddlers And 4 Samoyeds And It’s Perfect

There’s nothing better in this world than dogs. And even though many of us would love to own one, sometimes all we can do is just stare at someone else’s pet in the street or on their Instagram account. So, if you’re one of the many desperate dog lovers, prepare to feel a huge wave of jealousy coming right at you, because this Instagram account screams only one thing, ‘#DogGoals’.
Sarah Hegarty is a groomer who owns not one, not two, but four Samoyeds and her Instagram account ‘The Samoyed Siblings‘ is dedicated to their heavenly beauty. “Ever since I was a little kid I’ve dreamt of owning a Samoyed, it was once I had my own home I was finally able to get one. I did a lot of research before I contacted a breeder, the more research I did, the more I fell in love with them”, Sarah told 
She is not only a dog mom but has two toddlers under the age of two, so her life can get pretty hectic. Even with all the craziness she still finds time to foster unwanted Samoyeds in her local town and is the creator of the “Samoyeds of Perth”, a club that unites local Samoyed owners and their dogs. According to Hegarty, her daughters get along with the dogs really well, “My daughter Layla is so smart & loves to participate in everything I do with the dogs, from Grooming them, to preparing their meals & just giving them cuddle.” While Hegarty’s life may sound like doggy heaven, it takes a lot of time and effort to take care of two children and fours dogs. According to her, it can take up to 8 hours to properly wash and groom all of her four pets.
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Meet Sarah Hegarty who is a groomer and a proud owner of not one but four beautiful Samoyed dogs

On top of that, she has two toddlers under the age of two

So it’s safe to say her life can get pretty hectic

But despite this mom’s busy schedule, her 73k Instagram followers can’t get enough of the cuteness on her page

Sarah is also a creator of the “Samoyeds of Perth” club and fosters neglected and unwanted Samoyeds

Sarah says that her older daughter even learned how to walk by holding onto one of their dog’s fur

And even though some people may be jealous of these dog owners, the time it takes to groom and wash them can be up to 8 hours

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