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I spent last night moving each and every bitchy post on this wordpress page to our new home http://raleighpop.com

And by that I mean I found a widget to do it for me, so I drank some Raging Bitch beer and sat around pressing “refresh” every so often.

These shall be the last words I press here, so please visit us at the new blog. And thanks for reading, tweeting, and commenting!


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The tag line USED to be, “in the war on fox terrorism, there are always two sides,” but I changed it because not everyone landing on the blog was immediately breed savvy enough to know I was talking about a fox terrier. But I’ve never really liked “dog blogging from two bitches in Brooklyn,” all that much. I’ve talked about dog places other than Brooklyn plenty of times, and while I like the local angle, its not all we do here. So here are my other thoughts…. (feel free to add more to the comments)

…  because hunting foxes is better than watching FOX news

… two sides to every dog story and dog face

… rhymes with Lollipop

… two bitches, one dog blog

… a fox terrier and a terrorized Owner

… this is not a jack russell

Conclusions to draw here: I like the word “bitch.” Maybe its time to move on though? Please help!

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I can’t remember how I ran across Dog Meets World but any charity project with a “pup prop” has to be a winner over here. The organization is on a mission to give children of the world photographs of themselves who would not otherwise have them. The founder began doing this with a stuffed version of her own dog, and the mascot has stuck.

She looks snarky. I like her!

A photo gallery of the work is available here.

I think this proves that dog people are the nicest. Because when was the last time inspiration for helping someone came to a person bent over a little box and scooping it out? Never.

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Here on Raleigh Pop, you may have noticed the constant tension between city living and suburban living. On the one hand, Brooklyn apartments are small and the city seems completely devoid of foxes to hunt. We were getting into out stay in the country, until…..

FLEA INFESTATION 2010 :: Suburbs: 0 City: 1

(Is that score confusing? We meant the suburbs has them and the city does not. We are not very good at sports. Have we mentioned our total failure to fetch a ball. EVER? Don’t even get us started about all the time you people are spending tweeting about world cup. Oy)

Fleas never happened in the Brooklyn! We are not sure what to blame, but word on the street is that this lush, green state is particularly bad for the itchy creatures. We wonder what’s behind this. You might argue that for bitches, fleas are the VD of kennel living. Did we get around too much during our stay at Camp? (more…)

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Hey Readers! If you keep up with us regularly, you’ve notice that blog posting has been light (non-existent) this week. So Raleigh and I talked about it and decided to keep it that way for a few more days. We’ll be back next week with all sorts of bitchy things, but for now we’re encouraging everyone to get away from the computer and go play in a park.

In the meantime, we still need a summer intern, so write in if you are qualified. What is qualified, you may ask? Just be a dog. That is all we ask. (It’s so easy, a cat could do it!)

Are you still at the computer? Desperately missing us? In that case, do what tipster Laurel does (thanks!) and check this out:


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Q: That Wally dog is adorable. I think I’ve seen him somewhere before. What’s his deal?

A: If you live in Brooklyn, you may have! Wally is the mascot of Realty Collective. If you need a dog friendly apartment in Brooklyn, give them a call! (Or any type of apartment. They know their shit)

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Do you have questions about your crazy terrier? What to do with a dog in Brooklyn? What breed to adopt? If you should buy your dog a frou frou sweater?*

Then write to Raleigh and we’ll get you an answer! RaleighPop.DogBlog@gmail.com

*That one is easy: NO!

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