Ten Very Good Dogs Spotted at the 2017 Boston Marathon
They’re all good dogs. But some are very good.
There’s plenty to love about the Boston Marathon, from the inspirational stories and unforgettable moments, to the punny signs dotting the route. But above all, there are some Very Good Dogs out and about from Hopkinton to Boylston Street.
While all dogs are good, some are Very Good. Below are just a few.
Who wouldn’t run 26.2 miles, if only to be comforted by Lydia and Obadiah at the end?
— Jessica Reyes (@jessicamreyes) April 17, 2017
— LCC K9 Comfort Dogs (@K9ComfortDogs) April 17, 2017
Very Good and Very Large are not mutually exclusive, as any expert will tell you.
On #PatriotsDay, we recline.
— Dave Mager (@davemagerBOS) April 17, 2017
— Edgar B Herwick III (@ebherwick3) April 17, 2017
It appears Harvey hit the mimosas a little too hard.
— itsmolly (@itsmolly) April 17, 2017
A trio of revolutionary pups.
— Bill Shaner (@bill_shaner) April 17, 2017
Easy is a Very Good Dog, but also a Working Dog, so please do not pet.
— NYPDCounterterrorism (@NYPDCT) April 17, 2017
Libby is not only Very Good Dog, but a decorated one, too.
Luna simply cannot see the haters from behind her finish line shades.
Stewart the foster pup picked up the whole cheering thing pretty quickly.
Stop what you're doing and check it this adorable video of #fosterpup Stewart and his foster parents cheering on runners at yesterday's Boston Marathon! "Cheering on the runners with some help from my friends and foster mamas! #adoptdontshop #adoptionrocks #adoptlocal #adoptadog #adoptdogs #adoption #adoptme #corgimix #rescuedog #rescuedogsofinstagram #fosterdog #bostondog #bostonmarathon @RepostIt_app"