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Top Dog Interview with Rosie Pig

Rosie Pig in antler ears

Rosie Pig has been called “part chihuahua, part pig”! Of course she’s not really part pig! She got her most unusual name, because of the sound her nose makes as she searches the floor for tidbits and crumbs dropped by her people. Get to know her better in our exclusive interview…

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6 Foolproof Pet Photography Tips

Woman taking photo of dog in grass

We all want keepsakes of important moments, people or animals in our lives. That’s why learning to take better pictures of your pet is a great idea! Tired of those annoying flashbacks where your furry friend’s eyes look like something you’d see on Halloween? We know how you feel because we have lots of red eye pet pics too! Check out these 6 pet photography tips to help you get the photos you want to show off to others…

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Help! How Do I Housebreak My Puppy?

Puppy on sofa

Housebreaking a puppy can be stressful, but it’s also a great bonding experience for you and your pup. Just remember to be patient with her during this process. It’s harder for her than it is for you (even though you’re the one cleaning up the mess). Follow these tips and you’re sure to find success – together…

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How to Get Rid of Fleas

Getting Rid of Fleas

Got fleas? That bites – literally! When it comes to household pests, there is one pest in particular that sends fear deep into a dog-owner’s heart – fleas. There are many common misconceptions about fleas and a wide number of possible solutions to getting rid of them; however, not every “cure” is created equal. Some cures for flea infestation have been proven to be completely effective while others don’t even make a dent. Whether your flea problem begins with a single flea carried by your pet, or with a whole host transferred to your home unknowingly, the result always ends in infestation. So, getting rid of fleas will take a concerted effort. Luckily, we’ve got some tips to help you out in your battle…

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Best Dog Doors: Liberate Your Dog (And Yourself)

Dog in front of door

Do you feel like you always have to let your dog in and out, especially when you’re in the middle of something important (baby crying, must-answer phone call, dinner on the stove)? Don’t let your pooch drive you crazy; give him some freedom to come and go on his terms. Installing a dog door in your home can go a long way in simplifying your home life — and making your dog a happy family member. But how do you know where to start when there are hundreds of different doggy doors on the market? We’re here to help you make sense of all the details so you can choose the best doggy door for your home…

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Essential Guide to Lyme Disease in Dogs

Tick

We hear all about the dangers of Lyme disease but do we really know what it is? We’ll discuss everything you need to know about Lyme disease including what it is, who is at risk, how you can prevent it, its symptoms and more. Read on to learn about Lyme disease in dogs and humans…

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Heartworm Symptoms in Dogs

Mosquito heartworm bite

Heartworm disease is one of the most dangerous and life threatening diseases your dog could face. This is why prevention is critical to keeping your pup safe. Learn about what causes heartworms, the symptoms, treatment and how you can prevent your dog from becoming infected…

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What Does Dog Poop Color Mean?

Poop on a pepple driveway

As the writers of Canine Journal, we feel it’s our, ahem, duty to keep you in-the-know about what’s coming out of your pup. So here’s the low-down on dog poop of every color! Most most mild changes in dog stool color are related to dietary changes and aren’t cause for alarm. But poop color and consistency can be an indicator of serious health problems, which is why you need to make your dog’s business your business…

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Top Dog Interview – Malchik, A Sochi Dog Rescue Story

Malchik in grass

Malchik is one of the dogs saved from the 2014 Sochi Olympics in Russia. He’s approximately 3.5 years old, according to his DNA test he is a Whippet-Beagle-Dalmation-German Shepherd-Mixed Breed mix and lives in North Carolina with another shelter dog named Finn. It took a day for him to travel from Sochi to Moscow and then he flew from Moscow to Dulles, Virginia. He’s been traveling ever since! He gets to go to work some days, he’s been to 9 states plus the District of Columbia in just over a year, and wants to have his story help other dogs in need. He’s a little 30 pound dynamo with lots to do! (Though he might get distracted by a squeaky toy from time to time)…

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How To Adopt A Dog

Dog in cage

You’re considering adopting a dog! And you are taking the time to research how to care for it before you’ve even adopted – way to go! We couldn’t be more pleased with your decision. There are many dogs in shelters just waiting for great homes like yours to call their own. Dog adoption is a fun experience but you also have many things to consider, like the age of dog you’re going to adopt. We’ll tell you what to expect for each age group to help you make your dog adoption experience a successful one full of love and joy…

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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…

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Top Dog Interview with Max and Minnie the Pugs

Minnie and Max the Pugs

Max and Minnie the Pugs are sister and brother, litter mates and best friends. They are probably best known for their viral video The Pug Head Tilt (check it out below!), which has been featured on The Tonight Show, Ellen, Regis & Kelly, Good Morning America and Animal Planet’s “America’s Cutest Dog,” among others. Learn more straight from the pups’ barks as we get up close and personal to the lively heads known as Max and Minnie ion our exclusive Top Dog interview…

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