Welcome to Issue 04 of The Dog Tales, a biweekly email from Dogs I Meet full of inspirational dog tales from around the world.
Every two weeks I will be sharing my favorite dog stories from around the world and tales from some of the dogs I meet and photograph each day. I hope you enjoy them.
Keep an eye out for the next issue as I will be announcing a way you can share your dog's story and be featured in an issue of The Dog Tales and in our instagram feed.
Sophie was an adorable beagle mix with black, brown and white fur, short ears and long furry tail. She was also Norwood's oldest canine resident when she passed away recently aged almost 18 years old. Dogs I Meet photographer Mindy took these gorgeous photos which were published in an article about Sophie in the Boston Globe.
Veteran Adopts A Pit Bull Who Rescues Him Right Back | When this veteran adopted a rambunctious pit bull puppy over a decade ago, he had no idea that Bones would become so important and end up rescuing him. This is such a heartwarming tale and shows how important a relationship with a dog can be.
Lexi the boxer knows the couch is off-limits — but that doesn't stop her from trying and her solution to the 'no dogs on the couch' rule is genius! Because of course in dog logic, you’re not lying on the couch if your back paws are still on the ground!
Who doesn't love a good long-lost-family-united story? And this one is truly heartwarming! This pup not only got a new home after he was left tied up during Hurricane Harvey but thanks to this canine DNA test he has now also met up with his litter mate brother as well.
Is there anything more adorable than a senior dog? Let me stop you right there, the answer is a resounding NO! Seasoned with a little more life, senior dogs will completely melt your heart. And all of these seniors are looking for a new home.
In 2013, rescuers found Murray and his three Weimaraner siblings on Dead Dog Beach, an infamous beach in Puerto Rico where people dump their unwanted dogs. But after being rescued, Murray and his siblings, who were only about 12 weeks old, started showing signs of distemper — a deadly virus that attacks a dog’s nervous system.