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Taking the magazine’s slogan to heart—Dog Is My Co-Pilot—The Bark is the first dog magazine to tap into the exploding phenomena of dog culture and lifestyle, focusing on the growing bond between individuals and their pet companions. Over the past eighteen years, The Bark has chronicled America’s love affair with dogs, the evolving status of canine pets and their role in
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  • Puppy Doesn’t Want to Walk Outside
    par Karen B. London le 17/02/2020 à 9:39

    What do I do when my puppy won’t walk outside?Dear Bark: Why doesn’t my puppy like walks? About two months ago, I got a puppy. He loves to play inside the house, and to sit in front of our house. However, he doesn’t enjoy going on walks around the neighborhood. I often wind […]

  • On the Autism Spectrum? Get a Dog.
    par Michael W. Michelsen Jr le 17/02/2020 à 6:15

    Dogs meet people where they are, not where others think they should beAlthough studies on this topic are still in their early stages, the message is clear: On the Autism Spectrum? Get a Dog. Not only are they cheaper than therapists, drugs and counseling, but also, they cure the loneliness, […]

  • Astronaut Reunites With Her Dog
    par Karen B. London le 16/02/2020 à 11:24

    It was a favorite part of returning to EarthThe video showing astronaut Christina Koch greeting her dog LBD (Little Brown Dog) after spending 11 months in space has everyone excited. Okay, not as excited as Koch and LBD, but pretty enthusiastic just the same. Though few people can relate to the […]

  • Meet Sadie
    par The Bark le 13/02/2020 à 7:48

    Sadie's first owner didn't want her and gave her up. Her previous owner said she was too hyper and her kids were not nice to Sadie. Now Sadie is in her forever home and everyone in the family loves Sadie!Tags: smiling dogs

  • Two Nepali Street Dogs Travel 7,000 Miles to New Homes in the US
    par Karen Rae le 13/02/2020 à 7:30

    A Tale of Two Traveling TailsIf you’re anything like me, you can only stomach an injured animal story, if you know it has a happy ending. Rest assured - both of these stories have wonderful endings. The two dogs featured in this article were living on the streets of Nepal’s capital […]

  • Smiling Dog: Grim
    par The Bark le 13/02/2020 à 6:56

    Grim is not a huge fan of water, but he decided to stand in it at the dog park. Such a good boy! When he goes to the dog park, it's so he can hangout with the people, not the dogs. He simply loves attention people give him.Tags: smiling dogs

  • Dog Parks Can Be Great Places for Off-Leash Activity
    par The Bark le 13/02/2020 à 12:06

    A contrasting perspective to the recent article in the NYTFirst it was that clickbait title—“Actually, Dog Parks Aren’t All That Great”—that grabbed our attention. Could The New York Times have crafted a slightly less emphatic, all-encompassing headline? As our […]

  • How to Manage Leash Reactivity In Your Dog
    par Mari Shelafoe le 11/02/2020 à 7:33

    Learn to Train Your Dog to Stop Barking on WalksDoes uncontrollable dog walks including lunging and barking sound familiar? Wonder what is going on? Leash reactivity. Walks should not be stressful for you, and should be enjoyable for your dog. Learn to train your dog to stop barking on […]

  • Where Should Puppies Be Raised?
    par Karen B. London le 10/02/2020 à 8:10

    Puppies who grow up indoors are more confident and better prepared for life with peopleThe early experiences of puppies have such profound effects on their behavior as adults, but most people don’t even meet their puppies until they are 7-8 weeks old. Those first few weeks matter so much, but […]

  • How to Connect with a Skittish Dog
    par Karen B. London le 06/02/2020 à 11:29

    How do I bond with a nervous or fearful dog?The Bark’s advice columnist answers readers’ questions about canine behavior. Got a question? Email Dear Bark: We live out in the woods, and sadly, people often dump their animals on our lonely road. Recently, a […]

  • Meet Kaia
    par The Bark le 06/02/2020 à 8:35

    Smiling DogKaia was adopted at 9 months old. She was the dog nobody wanted, didn’t have a name, had never been inside a house and had ticks, worms, and ear infections ... thankfully she's found a forever home and is happy as can be.Tags: smiling dogs

  • Researchers Harness the Deadly Anthrax Toxin to Treat Bladder Cancer in Dogs
    par R. Claudio Aguilar le 05/02/2020 à 6:28

    Can the feared anthrax toxin become an ally in the war against cancer? Successful treatment of pet dogs suffering bladder cancer with an anthrax-related treatment suggest so. Anthrax is a disease caused by a bacterium, known as Bacillus anthracis, which releases a toxin that causes the skin to […]

  • Is “Muzzle Grabbing” a Proper Canine Greeting?
    par Karen B. London le 04/02/2020 à 11:22

    Is snout shaking a proper or awkward way to greet a dog?The Bark’s advice columnist answers readers’ questions about canine behavior. Got a question? Email Dear Bark: I saw a video online recently that showed presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg […]

  • “Lucky Dog” Appears In Second Super Bowl Commercial
    par Karen B. London le 31/01/2020 à 6:14

    2020 spot is a thank you for saving dog’s lifeA 7-year old Golden Retriever named Scout is making a habit of appearing in Super Bowl commercials. In 2019, he appeared in an ad for WeatherTech, a company that manufactures automotive accessories, home products and pet care products. […]

  • Smiling Dog: Sonny
    par The Bark le 30/01/2020 à 7:02

    Sonny is an incredibly loving dog and he will forever have the heart of a puppy. When work and chores are finished, he's always ready to take a nap on your lap. He hums and gives of a content happy noise when shifting around in a comfy position and Sonny favors sleeping on his back when […]

  • What Traits Draw You To Dogs?
    par Karen B. London le 27/01/2020 à 6:31

    There are often patterns in the dogs we choosePicture a lean, healthy dog that reminds you of a Golden Retriever but has a black coat. It is full of vigor and bounciness with very shiny fur. Add one or more random white splotches on the chest, feet or tip of the tail. Imagine that this dog is […]

  • Smiling Dog: Buttercup
    par The Bark le 23/01/2020 à 7:10

    Dog's Name and Age: Buttercup, 3 years Nicknames: Houdini gets used often—she is an escape artist! Adoption Story: Buttercup was seen roaming and scavenging in trash cans around the city for about a week—dodging traffic and humans who tried to catch her. Someone told my husband about […]

  • Hard to Hear: The Facts of Canine Ear Infections
    par Jennifer Gauntt le 22/01/2020 à 9:36

    While ear infections are pesky conditions that affect many species, dogs are especially at risk for ear infections because of the shape of their ear canals. Dr. Lori Teller, a clinical associate professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, says that […]

  • Newly Discovered Genetic Element Adjusts Coat Color in Dogs
    par Andy Fell le 22/01/2020 à 7:29

    Why are Irish Setters so red? Geneticists at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine now have an answer for why some dogs have more intense coat colors than others. While their wolf ancestors are muted in color, domestic dogs have been bred into a variety of hues from white and golden through […]

  • Top Five Reasons Why the Sport of Dog Agility is Awesome
    par Jill Hedgecock le 22/01/2020 à 6:34

    Any dog guardian who truly understands their canine companion knows that these animals are the most selfless and amazing creatures. Dogs routinely put their person’s wishes above their own needs. It’s this desire to please that is best demonstrated in the sport of agility where dogs are […]

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