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If there's one thing you know we love...it's the World's Cutest Dog (and Bay Area native) Boo! Need proof? Check out our roundup of Boo's greatest looks and tips on how your own pooch can copy them. Sidenote: Boo Facebooked this story to his 4.4 million fans, which pretty much made our lives. #notsohumblebrag
And the mega-adorbs pup has now made our week by announcing his second book with S.F.-based publisher Chronicle Books! What's more: The heart-warming tome, dubbed Boo: Little Dog In The Big City, takes place in both our and Boo's backyard, of good ol' San Francisco!
Chronicle leaked a few images from the soon-to-come book (check them out after the jump) and — brace yourself — there are pics of the pup driving a mini Benz with Victorian homes behind him, rolling around in Alamo Square park (giving the Painted Ladies a run for their money), riding a cable car, trotting along the beach in front of the Golden Gate Bridge, and shopping our finest boutique. Um, have you passed out from cute overload yet?
Personally, we are already scanning the net for any mentions of a Boo book signing hitting the Bay in the near future. We suppose in the meantime we could always buy one of these limited-edition Boo stuffed animals and recreate the touristy, S.F.-centric snaps ourselves. Could make for a good Instagram series.
Photo: Courtesy of Chronicle Books
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