Dogs aren’t just man’s best friend, they’re also amongst the best and most fervent football fans. Hounds around the world have been showing their love for The Tigers since City clinched promotion, and we’re proud to showcase some of them…
Mike Carter’s mutt is keen to show thanks to the Allam family as well as the Egyptian trio of Gedo, Fathi and Elmo.
Jamie Smith’s canine Charlie howled with outrage when the ref awarded a penalty to Cardiff.
John Hendey’s Bailey fancies City’s chances of staying up next season.
James Peter’s four legged friend thinks Abdi Faye warrants a new deal.
Ian Smith’s pair of pooches never doubted City would go up, even after the Barnsley horror show.
New Zealand dweller Roger Gawtrey’s hound Jay Jay never thought he’d see two promotions to the Premier League in his lifetime.
The canine of Colleen Thundercliffe stared out a West Yorkshire Police dog at Huddersfield before barking “Fans not criminals!”
Alex J’s dog hates it when commentators call us ‘Hull’ or a ‘Humberside club’. Us too dawg. Us too.
Adam Dennis’ greyhound Maxwell thinks pace is the key to life in the Premier League. “Can’t wait till Aluko is back” he growled.
Steve Broadbent says his hound barely moved from this spot on Monday. “He reckons he had a bad pint”. Or twenty.
“There’s Norway we’re going down” puns Norwegian mutt Vega. Owner Christine Zinke hope’s that’s the case.
Roxy, owned by the McIntire family, never thought we’d need a favour from Dirty Leeds.
Melbourne based mutt Poppy and owner James Cowlishaw reckon Prozzy will come good next year.
“Bring back Stephen Hunt” says the faithful friend of Matthew Viggo.
Matt Marsden’s mutt Ruby doesn’t rate Eldin Jakupovic’s keeping, but does admire his hair.
Matt Holmes’ dog thinks we’ll struggle to hold on to James Chester, calling him a ‘Rolls Royce’ of a player.
Another Ruby, this one belonging to the Barber family, was disappointed not to see more of Tom Cairney this term.
Stacey Slack’s Archie invites other dogs to have a go, if they think they’re hard enough.
The Whitehead family’s Alfie just doesn’t think you understand his love of Ginger Baresi.
Andrew Robinson’s Victor is full of respect for Andy Dawson. “10 years at one club is almost unheard of now” panted Victor.
This pooch belonging to Rhys wonders why Mark Cullen never made the grade. “He took that goal at Wigan superbly.”
Craig Lyell’s Chaz salutes our away form this season. Favourite away performance Chaz? “Bristol City!”
Sid and owner Ian Stewart reside in Luton. Both enjoy biting the ankles of Luton Town fans.
The Greaves family’s hound Lily predicted a 2-2 draw would be enough, and has been silently smug ever since.
“Loyal supporters!” barked Pickle and Penny, as owner Will Hardcastle beamed with pride.
Danny Shaw’s Roxi demands a better atmosphere at the KC. “Get behind ’em!”
The Barber family’s Charlie has been invited to Steve Bruce’s party, Spike is his plus one and will take Vodka.
Scott Richardson’s Prince is the only City canine on his street, that makes him a king.
Skye the Weimeraner wears a scarf as his shirt is in the wash. “He was sick on it after 15 pints” says Andy Auld.
Carolynn Lewis sends us Molly, who remains heartbroken after the loss of James Harper.
Neal Kesztenbaum offers up smooth looking Bebe, adopting his “paint me like your French girls, Jack” look.
Not forgetting the Kit-Cats!
Zoe’s moggy Sid adopts Gazza’s ‘dentist’s chair’ pose and hopes for celebratory Tequila.
Amy Northey’s Sonny reflects on a great season, and asks “I can haz season pass?”
Jasmionee’s Zaffy claims to have a passion that’ll match any labrador’s support. Meow, Zaffy.
Err, and City sheep!
Charlotte Ball sends us Spider the City sheep. Judging by his scarf he’s been a fan since the 80s.