Austin Cannon

Austin loves dogs so much it hurts—literally because he’s allergic to pet dander. He’s Daily Paws’ associate editor, writing about the funny, head-scratching, and sweet things your dogs and cats do. Before joining Daily Paws, Austin enjoyed four years in newspaper journalism, working at papers in Arkansas and Iowa where he sat in enough public meetings to last a lifetime. Raised in the Kansas City area, Austin roots for the Chiefs and Royals. Too much of his paycheck is immediately spent at local breweries, and his favorite coworker is a cardboard cutout of his poodle, Riley, who still lives with his parents. She’s a good girl.
A bullet shattered one of his vertebrae, but surgeons were able to save the German shepherd's life. Thankfully, he's now at home looking at an early retirement.
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Here’s what you can do—and what you shouldn’t do—for your friend grieving the death of a dog or cat.
Here’s how to find out if your dog’s or cat’s food is affected.
Don’t shy away from the feelings that come with the death of a pet, our expert says.
So far, six U.S. airlines have banned ESAs after new federal rules allowed them to do so.
The Whose Line? star has loved dogs his whole life, so he’s a perfect host for this weekday escape.
It comes in two flavors: Pontch’s Mix and Rosie’s Batch, which you can soon find at your local grocery store.
It might seem like a good idea—we get it!—but vets say you should take other precautions to keep your dog safe from the coronavirus.
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Good news: The Puppy Bowl is back. Better news: It's bigger than ever. Seventy—70!—puppies from 22 shelters will play in this year's game, which will air on Feb. 7 (Super Bowl Sunday) at 2 p.m. eastern time on Animal Planet and stream at the same time on Discovery+. As always, the pups are adoptable. This year, the dogs will play on two teams: Team Ruff (orange bandanas) and Teem Fluff (blue bandanas). Luckily, everyone wins in this game.
What do you get when you combine Yorkies, a famous German singer, and scientific advancement? The newest recognized AKC breed.
Raul Castro says he'll adopt the pup when he returns to Bolivia’s capital.
If your cat can’t help it, here’s what to do.
Hats off to Winston, Carrots, and more!
  • breed group: sporting
  • breed size: medium (26-60 lbs.)
  • other traits: good hiking companion, strong loyalty tendencies, easy to groom, cold weather tolerant, high prey drive, easy to train
  • colors: brown / chocolate / liver
  • patterns: bicolor
  • coat length/texture: medium, wiry
  • temperament: gentle, aloof, willful, playful
The Chesapeake Bay retriever, the only American-bred retriever, is a loyal family dog who loves a job, whether that’s hunting, hiking, or splashing around in the cold water of his namesake. 
The Allers didn’t know Gunner was missing until they saw the video.
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The cat was bound for a dangerous trash separator.
The firefighter’s helmet camera captured the heroic rescue.
Four Labs had lost their mom before even getting to know her. Thankfully, Angela the corgi adopted them as her own.
Think your dog might have diabetes? Check with your vet.
The latest news on pets and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The study released last week does show that dogs do listen to us, however.
The pup had been playing on the beach with her owner before she became lost in the hazardous foam.
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Meet America's fastest dog, a rescue pup from Maryland!
The 11-year-old Great Dane/greyhound mix fell into an uncovered manhole that was obscured by thick grass.
Gunner will teach kids about safety around wildlife as a part of the Lee County Sheriff's Office's 'Deputy Dogs' program.