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What pup doesn’t like to play? Our play category is all about the fun stuff. You learn about the best dog toys, the best dog parks, and just random fun stuff for you and your canine to share and play with.

Tips for Flying and International Travel with Pets

Dog in suitcase packing: International Travel with Dogs

Traveling internationally for work or adventure? This will be an exciting time, but it can be overwhelming, too, especially if you’re trying to figure out how to safely bring your dog along with you. Whether you’re planning a DIY or enlisting the help of experts to oversee you and your pet’s logistics, keep these tips in mind as you start to make your big trip... Read More »

Are Microchips for Dogs Worth It?

Are Microchips for Dogs Worth It?

Microchipping a dog can be the difference between finding or losing your dog forever. A dog tracking chip can be scanned for your details so your dog can be returned to you and you can be a happy family again. Just ask Marie, her two dogs got out of the back yard fence and ran away. One of the dogs was chipped, while the other was not. Unfortunately, she was only reunited with one of her dogs again, but she will always microchip her dogs after her experience... Read More »

Ew, That Smell: How to Get Dog Pee Smell Out of Carpet

How to Get Dog Pee Smell Out of Carpet

As dog owners, we've all been there. You got delayed at the office or running errands, and your dog couldn't hold it any longer. Of course, he picked the perfect place on the carpet to pee. Or even worse, your pet has chosen a regular spot to relieve himself in your home because you haven't been able to completely eliminate the smell. Never fear! We'll give you some expert tips on how to get dog pee smell out of carpet for good... Read More »

Dog Activity Statistics: Who’s Most Active?

Dog in field: Dog Activitiy Statistics

FitBark is more than just our top pick for easiest to use dog activity tracker. FitBark recently released FitBark Explore - all the data they've been collecting over the years along with graphics and reports on their website with real-time updates to show how your dog's activity compares against other users' dog's health. Making it public they are hoping it will shed some light on what is average for your pup. The stats can then also be used for research purposes and possibly to reference in other articles. Owners now get weekly snapshot emails on how their dog is progressing... Read More »

Tips for Safe Traveling With Dogs In the Car

Tips for Safe Traveling with Dogs from Canine Journal

When most of us get in our cars, the routine is non-negotiable. Children are buckled in safety seats or, if older, in seat belts. All the adults buckle up. When that’s all done, only then do we start the car and begin our journeys, knowing that we’ve taken an important step toward the safety of ourselves and our passengers. Unfortunately, those same safety considerations often don’t extend to our canine travelers... Read More »

Dog of the Year

Dog with crown: Dog of the Year

At Canine Journal, we're all about providing resources, tips and services that promote the health and happiness of your pup. Plus, we love reviewing innovative products that solve a problem. That's why we are excited to partner with FitBark to help spread the word about helping your dog maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. We've tied our leashes together with FitBark and are on the hunt to sniff out the ultimate 2015 Dog of the Year... Read More »

Are Bully Sticks Good for Dogs?

Bully sticks: Are Bully Sticks Good for Dogs?

Do you have a champion chewer in your house? Always finding your shoes and other items you leave on the floor mauled when you get home? As dog owners, we know our pups love to chew (some much more than others!) -- and they need to keep themselves occupied when they're not getting our attention. It's hard to find sturdy chew toys for dogs who make it their life's mission to gnaw on anything they can get their paws on. And yes, there are a lot of chew treats, bones, rawhide products, etc. on the market, but does your dog seems to rip right through them? And what's really in those products, anyway? Read more to find out if bully sticks are good for dogs... Read More »