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The Canine Review’s mission is to provide fair, complete, and unvarnished information related to dogs. We believe that caregivers and vendors devoted to treating dog owners and their loved ones professionally and fairly deserve a spotlight – as do those who operate outside those important boundaries.
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The Canine Review provides dog owners with quality, independent reporting and analysis on topics such as dog health care services, costs, and insurance; nutrition and dog food safety; law and policy issues involving dogs; and product safety and quality control issues across the pet industry. In addition to our feature stories, subscribers have exclusive access to our database of profiles on private breeders and animal shelters across the country. These profiles are written by a team of reporters on the ground who conduct in-person, on-site interviews whenever possible.
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All Canine Review writers and reporters are held to high ethical standards and policies, including policies about sourcing and conflicts of interest. Such policies and standards are issued to each writer each time an assignment is formalized.
Our first obligation is to our readers. Because of our business model, which is subscription-based, our readers are also our customers. Few if any other online journalism entity focused on dogs operates this way.
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Pet goods and services is one of the largest, fastest growing industries in America. But there has been relatively no accountability related to the quality or value of what’s being sold.
The industry lacks the kind of regulatory safeguards found in goods and services for people and especially for children. And it has not yet been faced with the kind of accountability that strong, independent journalism brings.
To make the situation worse, media about pets is filled with sponsored content and seemingly dispassionate advice-type blogs disguised as reporting, which are financed by the people and companies they write about.