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See what #GlobeDogs have been up to this summer

Dog-friendly days spent under the sun at parks, beaches, and breweries.

Brady the beagle at Wollaston Beach in Quincy.
John Semerjian
Brady the beagle at Wollaston Beach in Quincy.

As a follow-up to our recent guide to dog-friendly adventures, we invited readers to share photos of their canine companions having fun around Boston, and we received dozens of delightful responses. Whether they’re hanging out with their humans at a brewery featured in our guide, or gallivanting across beaches and parks, #GlobeDogs are out and about.

Via Twitter, we met Wellington (@WoofWellington), a laid-back pug who likes to people watch. A recent day with his owner, Erin Reagan, included a ride on the Green Line D train and a staycation at the Kimpton Onyx Hotel. Brady, a belly-rub-loving beagle, had fun in the sun at Wollaston Beach on Quincy Shore Drive — an outing recommendation e-mailed by his owner, John Semerjian. Oakley and Mason, a tough black Lab and a gentle greater Swiss mountain dog (, got their paws wet swimming at Cat Rock Park in Weston this summer, and will head to Singing Beach in Manchester-by-the-Sea often in the fall.

And the dog days of summer are not quite over. Here are some of the photos readers shared of their frolicking friends:

Kelly Tierney
Monty, Oakley, Tenney, and Mason at Trillium Garden.

Rick Myette
Piper, Zoe, Ike, and Lola at Bay End Farm in Bourne.

From Ellen Kenny
Golden retriever Cisco running across Crane Beach in Ipswich.

From Santhosh Varadarajan
Vijay walking in Boston Common.

Jenna Finn
Stella the bloodhound walking the shoreline at Gooseberry Island.

From Mary Durgin
Rory posing in Fort Point before heading to the Trillium Garden.

And here are some posts that readers shared with us on Instagram:

It?s quiet uptown #acornstreet #beaconhill #boston #globedogs

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