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The audience for doggie news, personal fitness trackers, and colorful infographics is both vast and spendy, which explains the existence of this visual combining all three from our friends at HotPads. Naturally, someone came up with a Fitbit for dogs—it's called Whistle—and now there's enough nationwide data to rank US cities according to their level of canine fitness. San Francisco comes in third, with 82.8 minutes of daily doggie exercise, behind Portland and New York. Those numbers, of course, exclude all people who did not buy a fitness tracker for their dog. [HotPads]