Sunday, April 27, 2008

CityDog's Five Favorite Dog Blogs (besides our own, of course!)

  1. The Pet Dish at Hungry for news about the Seattle pet scene? NWSource's resident pet blogger Lisa Wogan serves up advice, shopping tips and local events for you and your furry friends.

  2. Seattle-based Itchmo News for Dogs and Cats offers the essential news, humor and product reviews for cats, dogs and pet owners.

  3. Dogblog at The Dog Blog is your source for dog happenings around the U.S. and beyond.

  4. Pets Blog at The Oregonian's "Pet Talk" columnist Deborah Wood dishes about dogs (and cats, too).

  5. "The inside poop on the latest, greatest, hottest, and coolest everything...for pets." Be sure to sign up for their daily newsletter!

If you have a favorite dog blog, we'd love to hear about it!


fings said...

A blog by a dog, for all dogs. Visit for up to date doggie news, sarcastic commentary, 100% canine friendly, and no sad tales. View life through the eyes of a 16 year old chow/retriever mix with a sarcastic attitude.

Jean M Fogle said...
You might enjoy one of the other blogs at seattlepi, all about dogaholics
also check out Mollitudes, where a JRT gives life advice to humans
and Salty Dogs, all photos of dogs enjoying the good life on the beach

Johann The Dog said...

A great list of blogs, we concur! Visit us sometime, K? We'd love to hear from you!

Woofs, Johann

CityDog Magazine said...

These are all great blogs! Thanks for letting CityDog know about them! Happy dog blogging! :-)

Tucker Furguy said...

For the Love of the Dog Blog at Dogster is a wonderful addition to my day. It enriches my dog-loving life with entertaining, heart-touching, educational, and fun news about fur kin from all over the planet. Joy Ward does a fantastic job of bringing it all together for the readers and the dogs touched by her dedication to get the word out there.

Jaime said...

Check out and Open Your Hearts With Pets (
Did you know that Itchmo is shutting down too? They havent posted in a month and everyone in commenting is very concerned...