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Taking the our slogan to heart—Dog Is My Co-Pilot®—The Bark taps into the exploding phenomena of dog culture and lifestyle, focusing on the growing bond between individuals and their pet companions. The Bark has chronicled America’s love affair with dogs, the evolving status of canine pets and their role in society, as well as the incredible rise in services and products.
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  • Bounce Pet partners with North Shore Animal League America to Encourage Adoptions
    par Abbey Jones le 23/10/2020 à 1:32

    Plus: How to Control Dog SheddingThroughout October, Bounce Pet is sponsoring adoptions at participating North Shore Animal League America shelter partners nationwide, covering up to a total of $25,000 of adoption fees as part of their “Bounce Home with Your Adopted Pet” program. As […]

  • 6 New Trends in Dog Training
    par Karen B. London le 22/10/2020 à 7:52

    That dog lovers should know aboutNew trends in dog training include consent, stationing, low-stress handling, online training, being dog-centric, and training as a fun recreational activity. See how these trends can help build a stronger bond with your dog.Tags: activities & sportsdog […]

  • Dog Zoomies with GoPro in Amazing Video
    par Daniela Lopez le 20/10/2020 à 9:51

    This silly video made us laugh out loud. Bonnie, a rescue Pit Bull, plays a game of chase with a GoPro in tow as her owners trail behind her. The GoPro, attached to a ping pong paddle, gives us the most amusing perspective on Bonnie’s antics including her adorable flapping ears. One reddit […]

  • Dogs Have an Internal Compass
    par Karen B. London le 19/10/2020 à 5:14

    And dogs sense the Earth’s magnetic field to navigateThere’s always debate about how much dogs use their noses versus their vision to orient themselves and find their way. A new study provides evidence that an entirely different mechanism may allow dogs to return to their starting […]

  • Meet Sadie
    par The Bark Editors le 18/10/2020 à 5:30

    Even with her back legs being compromised because of a bullet wound and shrapnel in her back, Sadie can still do high ten’s over her head! She’s one special pup.Tags: smiling dogs

  • Meet Pippin
    par The Bark Editors le 18/10/2020 à 5:24

    Pippin is the sweetest, happiest little ray of sunshine. Two-year-old Pippin was named after a character from The Lord of The Rings.Tags: smiling dogs

  • Tools of the Homemade Dog Food Trade
    par Claudia Kawczynska le 14/10/2020 à 1:16

    Tips and tools that make cooking a breezeSince I committed to the task of cooking for my dogs almost five years ago, I have been asked many questions about not just the recipes and vitamin formulations I use, but also, about my favorite kitchen tools. While you can make any of the recipes […]

  • 16 Pounds of Fury and Love
    par Melissa DuQuette le 13/10/2020 à 11:46

    Convincing my partner to adopt a dog took years.Once the seed for a dog has been planted, it grows until the desire is unbearable. I found myself wandering through Central Park pointing out every single—and I mean every single—person with a dog, asking, “Why does she get a dog and […]

  • How Can I Prepare My Dog for Daycare and Dog Walkers?
    par Karen B. London le 13/10/2020 à 11:31

    Make sure your dog’s ready and able to get the most benefit from these services.To enjoy doggie daycare, a dog must be used to playing with other dogs, both individually and in groups. If your dog is a social butterfly who wants to play with every dog she meets and enjoys play sessions even […]

  • Artful Recreations Featuring Dogs
    par The Bark Editors le 13/10/2020 à 10:26

    An internet challenge gets creative with common objects and petsExperiencing art in the days of the pandemic, like most things, has become virtual. While “brick and mortar” museums are now closed, art institutions have gotten creative in devising ways to bring an art experience to […]

  • Understanding Your Dog Better
    par Cameron Woo le 13/10/2020 à 9:14

    Learn to read canine body language If you’ve seen an illustrated canine-body-language chart, odds are Lili Chin did the artwork. Shelters, veterinarians, law-enforcement training programs, the World Health Organization, the Dog Decoder mobile app and even the Swiss Fire Brigade have used her […]

  • Meet Benny
    par The Bark Editors le 12/10/2020 à 5:18

    Benny has the pleasure to spend hours on end every day at the dog park hanging out with his dog pals. He’s a rescue pup who never smiled before and now nothing can keep him down.Tags: smiling dogs

  • Bear Dogs to the Rescue
    par Greg Goodmacher le 11/10/2020 à 11:49

    Japan’s Karelian Bear Dogs help save lives, reduce injuries and educate both people and bearsThousands of black bears roam Japan’s forests, sometimes causing problems for humans and for themselves. That’s where a group of highly trained Karelian Bear Dogs comes in. Part of the […]

  • Mourning Our Dogs
    par Scott Janssen le 11/10/2020 à 11:11

    The death of a much-loved dog is sometimes followed by regrets and self-doubt.When we lose a canine companion, self-critical thoughts and feelings may become a part of our grief. We may disproportionally focus on our perceived failures and imperfections rather than view our actions as those of […]

  • Our Zelda
    par Jenn O'Connor le 11/10/2020 à 10:38

    The story of her, the story of usShe came home as ash. In a black tin etched with red roses. A lock of hair, a patch of fur. A paw print pressed in clay. Here was our Zelda, parts packaged in a gift bag. It did not capture her smile, with the missing front teeth. Or the way she would bound across […]

  • Meet Amos
    par The Bark Editors le 11/10/2020 à 5:20

    Amos loves to play tug-of-war and take long walks with his people. When it gets chilly, he will crawl under the covers to get warmTags: smiling dogs

  • African Wild Dogs: Helping to Restore Wildlife Ecosystems
    par Claudia Kawczynska le 10/10/2020 à 1:29

    An innovative project explores the “science of fear”There is a new NOVA PBS, not-to-be-missed special that takes a look at the important role that predators, such as the African wild dog, play in the health and balance of an ecosystem. This amazing film, from NOVA and HHMI Tangled Bank […]

  • Man’s Best (Secret) Friend
    par Gracie Miller le 10/10/2020 à 1:07

    Every dog has their person. A dog may find comfort with everyone in a household, but there is always one special person they’ll gravitate toward. When my family welcomed Artie, our precious Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppy, eight years ago, we had hoped that his special person would be my […]

  • Dog Lovers for Joe Aims to Unite Red and Blue
    par Cameron Woo le 09/10/2020 à 5:04

    Political commercial for Biden highlights why dogs matterAs civil war loomed in 1861, Abraham Lincoln urged the deeply polarized nation to remain united. “We are not enemies, but friends. … The mystic chords of memory will swell when again touched … by the better angels of our […]

  • CBD Oil for Dogs with Arthritis
    par Joey DiFrancesco le 08/10/2020 à 11:44

    Osteoarthritis (OA) is a common ailment in dogs, affecting as many as 25 percent of all canines over the course of their lives. If your pooch has lost some of the spring in her step, seems to have more stiffness after regular activity or shows a reluctance to do things she used to enjoy, OA may be […]

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