Intrepid Pup icon for extrasAbout 18 months into the life of this website, we knew Tavish had developed a pretty special fan base, so we decided to start creating some bonus content especially for them and available exclusively via Intrepid Pup’s social media channels.  If you can’t get enough of the Intrepid Pup, check out the extra features described below and then scurry on over to become a fan on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and/or Google+ so you don’t miss a single installment!


Take a virtual trip with the Intrepid Pup!

“Where in the World Wednesdays with the Intrepid Pup” (#WITWW) debuted in September 2013.  Every Wednesday at 8 AM EST, a photo clue of Tavish at a mystery location is released on Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Intrepid Pup fans test their knowledge of dog-friendly destinations for “barking rights” as top dog. The mystery location is revealed at 5 PM EST that day.

Here’s a sample of what you’ll find on any given Wednesday:


  • At 8 AM EST:
    Tavish is trying out his thespian skills in today’s “Where in the World Wednesday” shot. Do you know where this stage is located? Hint: it’s on the grounds of the only national park devoted to presenting the performing arts. Answer posted at 5pm!

Get your weekly dose of canine art!

Intrepid Pup Tavish may not be able to go inside the world’s great art museums, but Team Tavish can, and they’ve busy assembling photos they’ve personally taken over the years of dogs appearing in works of fine art. Whether the focal point of a piece or a subtle detail, dogs of all breeds show up in masterpieces large and small.

“The Artful Pup” (#ArtfulPup) feature began in March 2014 and has posted on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ every Sunday morning at 8:15 AM EST ever since.

Here’s a sample of what you’ll find on #ArtfulPup Sundays:

  • 2_TunisiaMosaic_BritishMuseum_smAt 8:15 AM EST:
    For today’s #ArtfulPup dose of canine art, we go all the way back to the late 5th century/early 6th century to bring you this piece from the collection of The British Museum in London. This Late Roman period mosaic was excavated in Carthage (Tunisia) in 1857.