Welcome to Issue 12 of The Dog Tales, a biweekly email from Dogs I Meet full of inspirational tales from around the world.
This week we have 3 of our own stories to share - one about our visit to WOOFstock Boston at the weekend, photos from Rude Boy's Epic Tale (our ultimate photography session package) and some new photos added to the Street Tales photo gallery from San Francisco, Brimfield Markets and WOOFstock.
We also found some global inspirational stories including a new service dog for an ex-President, a police dog that can mimic CPR and a very brave boy who saved his mom from a rattlesnake bike.
Dogs really are awesome!
Don't forget if your dog has a tale to share we would love to hear from you. Just fill in this form with your details and a minimum of 4 good quality photos and we'll be in touch.
Dogs I Meet had a blast at WOOFstock Boston a dog-friendly afternoon filled with cocktails, canines, live music and more! See the photos here.
Join Rude Boy on his Epic Tale (aka His Best Day Ever!) with these photos of his New York City adventure. Get in touch for your dog's own Epic Tale!
Dogs I Meet photographs dogs on the street and shares them in this gallery. All photos can be purchased with a donation made to Global United Foundation.
The Golden Labrador called Sully can open doors, pick up items and get help for his 94-year-old former President and new friend.
This Spanish police video shows an eight-year-old cocker spaniel mimics CPR on his handler, giving chest compressions and even listening for signs of breathing.
Todd - who has been hailed a hero and a very good boy - saved his owner Paula Godwin from a rattlesnake during their walk in Arizona.