It’s said that a city is nothing without its people, but what about their trusty, tail-wagging sidekicks? Regardless if you consider yourself a cat or dog person, you can’t deny that passing a curious puppy wobbling down the cobblestone on your way to work makes you grin. IM Boston had the privilege of speaking to owners about their pups and hearing a little bit about what makes each one of these “Dogs of Boston” special.
Fast Facts: She’s a 3-month old corgi whose very stubborn, loves to be pet, likes girls more than boys, loves attention, and her favorite food is Korean fried chicken.
Fast Facts: She’s a seven month old Italian greyhound, chihuahua, terrier mix, she is very energetic, gets along very well with her owner’s two cats, she is very well behaved and can walk off her leash, can sit and give her paw, loves to walk around the Boston Common, and her favorite food is cold cuts of meat.
Fast Facts: She likes to swim, used to live in a house with a backyard and is currently making the transition to city life, and her favorite place to go for a walk is the Boston Common.
Fast Facts: She’s a two-year-old shitzu mix whose crazy and super friendly, she chases squirrels, loves to go on walks at Beacon Hill, loves toys, and came from a shelter in Tennessee.
Fast Facts: He’s a 10-year-old Boston terrier whose very friendly, his owner predicts that if someone broke into their house, he would lick them to death, he loves to play in the dog park, and loves to eat anything with cheese.
Fast Facts: She’s a 4-year-old beagle pointer mix whose very friendly, happy and energetic, she likes to be walked in the public garden, and will eat anything, but her favorite food is ice cream.