Are you tired of cute pooches captured on shaky-cams? Has the do-it-yourself era of social media and cat pictures finally worn out its welcome?
Are you ready for some professionally-shot, docu-style animal fun?
Then you’re ripe for Dog Park Tails, the recently-launched interactive online webisode site that turns a videographer’s eye onto doggie lifestyles across North America.

Director Jeremy Nelson shared some insight while shooting the online series, he tells us: “We’ve visited over 40 events and locations to bring viewers into the world of dogs like never before – fashion shows, high art dog photography, therapy dogs, dog sports and dogs at work. We even have a hilarious segment where our host tries to live the life of a dog and do things like “run” agility courses.
A really cool thing about this show is that a lot is filmed in super slow motion – lolling tongues become cuter, dog sports become more amazing– all the fun and wacky things dogs do get even better, when you can slow them down and really appreciate them.
Our wackiest segment was definitely our trip to the Tompkins Square Halloween Parade in New York City, but probably the most memorable for me was seeing how dogs were helping wounded veterans recover from post-traumatic stress disorder.”

First shoot in NYC at Tompkins Square Park

The website encourages dog lovers to engage in the conversation by sharing their thoughts, posting photos and voting on a variety of doggie issues. Users can join the community for additional features and updates.

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See you at the dog park!