#Dogs Outnumber Kids in San Francisco

Airmail dropped a doggie love bomb this week with its cover story, Marking Their Territory –– and it’s all about how pooches are running wild over human resources in some of the tech-iest tech offices of the Bay Area!

So Many Dog Books, So Little Time…

Brian Hare and Vanessa Woods break down the cognitive attraction between readers and dog books in their ‘mind-blowing’ New York Times essay, Why Are There So Many Dog Books? (NYT)

It’s A #Dogs Eat #DogsofInstagram World!

So, you wanna turn your beloved pooch into an Instagram influencer? Well, don’t quit your day job, according to Brian X. Chen in his revealing NYT piece, I Tried to Make My Dog an Instagram Celebrity. I Failed.

#RescueDogs Escape From New York!

In these wild and crazy times of fake news and over-the-top hyperbole, it’s refreshing — and maybe a little insane — to see two young people put their lives on the line for a loose dog in the city, as you will see in this thrilling NYPost story, Dog Leads Cyclists on Dramatic Chase Through the Streets of New York.

A Cinderella Story for Rescue #Dogs

Who says fairytales don’t exist — even for rescue dogs? Wait ’til you read the heartwarming story about a Beagle named Guy who went from being on death’s doorstep in a Kentucky shelter to riding alongside the Queen of England for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding last week! (People)