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Interview with Chris P Bacon Pig on Wheels

Chris P Bacon under sofa

Yep, his name is Chris P. Bacon (pronounced Crispy Bacon!) and he’s a pig. So, why are we interviewing him here on Canine Journal you may be asking. Well, the answer is simple – pigs are animals too and they deserve some airtime for their awesomeness as well! Plus, he’s got an important message to share…

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Dog Friendly Restaurants Dining Tips

Dog eating with couple in restaurant

Thinking of dining al fresco with your pup but not sure where to start… literally? We can help with these four easy tips on how to find dog friendly dining locations in your town, how to entertain your pup while you are enjoying your cocktail, how to make sure everyone minds their own business and a few ideas on how to keep them out of trouble (read: fight). All of these helpful doggy dining ideas might just make your next dog day out a little more enjoyable…

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Meet Frankie Wah the Twitter Sensation

Frankie Wah

Top Dog fans, you are in for a real treat this month, or should I say tweet! We interviewed the one, the only Frankie Wah of twitter fame and he had some interesting thoughts to share with you. @Frankie_Wah joined Twitter in June 2010 but the real-life Frankie is a big character in a little (chihuahua) body and pretty close to the jokes his (bad) behavior inspires. Find out why 96,000+ fans follow him and have added his dose of humor to their lives…

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Is the Citronella Dog Collar A Safer Alternative to Electric Shock?

Dog in Field

Citronella dog collars have been gaining in popularity ever since studies were released showing the negative psychological effects of electric shock collars on dogs. Furthermore, studies by the Animal Behavior Clinic at Cornell’s College of Veterinary Medicine suggest that citronella dog collars are even more effective than electric shock collars. The question we ask once again, however, is how humane, if at all, are these citronella dog collars?

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Stopping Puppy Mills in California and How You Can Help

Sad Puppy

A puppy mill, also known as a puppy farm, is a large scale dog breeding facility. The treatment of animals at puppy mills is often called into question. Specifically, these commercial breeding farms are known for their lack of medical care, and providing a proper diet for their dogs. The pups often do not receive the exercise and socialization they require at such a young age. Unfortunately, these large-scale breeding facilities also exist for other animals. For example, for cats, a breeding farm is referred to as a kitty mill. Believe it or not, an estimated 4000 puppy mills exist across the United States, which breed over half a million puppies per year.

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What’s Wrong If My Cat Keeps Vomiting?

Sick Cat

Lately my cat Scuba has been vomiting, but not really on a steady basis. She doesn’t seem sick but I have noticed the content is sometimes crickets, maybe a partial mouse, or just cat food. I have found her mess in different locations around the warehouse where I keep her in while I am at work. Also, I have another cat, this one doesn’t seem to be having any problems. They both get along and they both eat and drink from the same dish. What problem could this be…

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