Almost all of us have pets we adore but Noodles, a three-year-old Maltipoo, is an exception. Not only is she loved by her parents, but the whole world enjoys her existence. She’s known as the corporate canine from New York City. During the Covid 19 lockdown, Noodles’s mom, Yosa Yon, decided to start her journey to social media. Initially, Noodles made her first appearance on Instagram and soon after that, TikTok.
Noodles’ journey has been quite a thrill. She has visited many places with her parents and documented all those experiences for the world. She even knows over 40 tricks! Isn’t that impressive?
Yosa had a lot of time to train her during the lockdown, and a lot of Noodles videos are based around these tricks like retrieving her stuffed animals by name, playing hide and seek, pretending to be a burrito (I.e., a trick in which she rolls herself into a burrito), and showing off her acting skills.
Noodles enjoy a massive social media following. She currently has almost 200k followers on Instagram, 5.57k subscribers on YouTube, and 206.9k followers on Tiktok. This shows how much her fans adore her and love watching her do the most random things. Noodles is pretty spoiled by her parents and enjoys all the praises and treats she gets. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that Noodles is a dog but acts human in many ways.
Recently, Noodles started making rounds on social media when she began her unique portrayal of the 9 to 5 business pain points that many Corporate Americans go through daily. This invoked a sense of relatability in her content, and she started going by “The Corporate Canine.” Some of her most loved videos include “Openly Judging My Colleagues,” “Rewording My Emails,” and “What I Say vs. What I Mean.” The content is understood and felt by many in a way that makes people feel “seen”. One thing is for sure, it’s incredibly addicting and the added humor never fails to put a smile on your face.
In addition to everything she does, Noodles advocates cruelty-free cosmetics and is often seen working out like a pro! Drunk Elephant has also gifted her their pr kit in which Noodles has “used” to show off her skincare routine. Her sense of style is a lot better than most of us humans. The way she carries her cute little sandals, fancy hair clips, and braided ear ornaments make her way too precious and unique.
As of now, Noodles is heavily invested in making her content tremendous, and her parents are also trying to find some acting gigs for her in the future. Noodles has the opportunity to work with many brands like Leisure Pets and SundaysFordogs. Not just these, but she’s also been receiving collaboration requests from non-dog brands. Bloomingdale has also collaborated with her on several videos. And a few other videos include Harper Collins for the promotion of their best seller.
All in all, Noodles is looking forward to everything great as a social media influencer. Expect to see some great collaborations with this corporate canine. I’m sure you’re wondering if she’s really the one typing. “A magician never reveals their secret”, says Noodles’s mom. Skepticism aside, who doesn’t enjoy watching this pooch type 165 words per minute while portraying a scene in which we all can relate?
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