Dogs Gone Viral Gather Together

What happens when four dogs made famous by the Internet take a photo together? It goes viral, of course.

Four-legged stars Tuna, Dagger, Trotter and Biggie - each with its own devoted Instagram following - met up Saturday in San Francisco's Alamo Square Park for what has been deemed a "Dogameet."

Find out all about Tuna the Dog.

Courtney Dasher, the owner of Tuna, a chiweenie known for his overbite, posted a photo of the fierce foursome together to Tuna's Instagram account. Days later, the photo already has more than 25,000 likes.

"We had an insta meet with some amazing folks from @instagram and some fellow furry instagrammers!" she wrote.

Tuna tops all four of the Internet-famous dogs with nearly 400,000 Instagram followers who track the photos Dasher posts daily of her beloved pooch. Nipping on Tuna's heels is Trotter Pup, a French bulldog with more than 100,000 Instagram followers whose wild outfits keep his followers amused.

Biggie Smalls the Notorious D.O.G., his official name, is a 7-pound Petit Brabancon Hood who has almost 40,000 followers, while Dagger Cannonball Thunderfang, or Dagger for short, is a Pomerenian/Fox with nearly 5,000 followers

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