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Welcome Dog Lovers! We are your go-to resource on all things dog in every aspect of caring for your beloved pups. From health concerns and food to pet insurance and dog resorts, we are here for you and your favorite furry friends.


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    Learn proactive ways to ensure your dog lives a long, healthy life.

Pet Insurance Comparison 2015: Are You Ready To Pay for a Vet Emergency?

Dog with Vet

As dog owners ourselves, we understand that the day to day expenses can add up and the cost of pet insurance is one that may appear unnecessary at first. Much like our health insurance, however, pet insurance is there when the moment comes that you need to fall back on the financial support an insurance plan can offer. And if you don’t have the plan already in place, you will likely find yourself in a tight spot... Read More »

Dog First Aid Kit: What Should You Include?

Dog first aid kit

You are hiking along with your dog when suddenly she trips over a rock and starts limping. What do you do? After all, when you go hiking or camping you probably bring a first aid kit because you never know when someone will trip on a rock and scrape their knee or twist an ankle. The same could - and did! - happen to your furry friend. So it's just as important to have a first aid kit for dogs too. Learn some of the most common injuries for dogs and what to include in your dog emergency kit so you are prepared to help... Read More »

Top Dog Interview with Manny the Frenchie

Manny the Frenchie

Manny the Frenchie is a 4 year old French Bulldog from Chicago who rose to fame on Instagram and is now one of the world’s most followed French Bulldog on the Internet! With a unique fondness for sleeping in the bathroom sink and his "Frenchie talk", he has built a celebrity fan base and a network that reaches over one million people and growing! We were so excited to have the chance to sit and speak with Manny the Frenchie as he told us all about his awesome life! We hope you enjoy this exclusive Top Dog interview with Canine Journal and tune in each month to meet a wide variety of canine characters... Read More »

What are the Signs of Cancer in Dogs?

Signs of cancer in dogs

My wife and I have a dog, and I know the last thing in the world she wants to think about is our pup ever getting cancer. The thought of cancer can be so upsetiing to us that we can blind ourselves and look the other way when it comes to our dogs’ health. Sometimes the warning signs are obvious like large growths on the outside of their bodies. Other times, cancers can show up in unexpected ways. Read more to learn some of the warning signs of cancer in dogs... Read More »

Tips on How to Clean Dogs’ Ears

Guide to Cleaning Your Dogs Ears

It's easy for a dog's ears to become tainted with parasites, bacteria and yeast due to the curvature of its ear. If debris becomes trapped in the dog's ear, an infection may occur. This is why it's extremely important to check your dog's ears regularly. Learn how to clean your pup's ears and why you might want to take care of this more regularly... Read More »

CPR for Dogs: A Step-by-Step Guide to Saving Your Dog’s Life

CPR for Dogs

Seeing your dog in a life-threatening situation can be a frightening and stressful experience, especially if the dog is unresponsive. Equipping yourself with the knowledge to effectively recognize and take action treating your dog’s condition can keep you calm and greatly increase your dog’s chance of survival. Two life-saving procedures you need to know are artificial respiration and CPR for dogs. This article will outline how to identify whether your dog needs artificial respiration or CPR, and how to perform those procedures... Read More »

Why Do Dogs Howl?

Why Do Dogs Howl?

Dogs use vocalization to express all kinds of emotions. Yips, barks, muffled snorts and even sneezes all have meanings that the dog is trying to express. Try hiding a tasty treat in your closed fist and your dog will let you know just how he feels about that. The most primal, hair-raising sound the dog makes comes from deep in his throat, when he holds his nose high, purses his lips and howls like a wolf. Indeed, dogs get their habit for howling from their closest ancestor, the gray wolf... Read More »

How to Help Your Dog Lose Weight

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With humans, we know the signs of being overweight – low energy, shortness of breath, and that big belly that we can’t always hide behind a couple of layers of cotton. But with dogs, determining if there is a weight issue isn’t always easy. Maybe it’s a breed thing and they’re supposed to look that way, or maybe they’re just getting older and this is what happens. Find out if your dog is overweight and how you can help them shed their extra pounds... Read More »

Pet Holidays: Always a Reason to Celebrate

Holidays for pets

If you haven't noticed, we love dog holidays here at Canine Journal! The only thing better than human holidays are excuses to celebrate pets and pet awareness. For the past few years we've been sharing these occasions on social media (see our Pinterest board of them), but thought it would be nice for our readers to have them all in one place so you can reference them as needed and plan accordingly. So pet owners and animal lovers rejoice, here is your go-to guide to all the holidays this year and beyond... Read More »