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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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  • Give Dog-Reactive Dogs Some Space
    by Jill Breitner on 30/06/2020 at 9:48 pm

    Saying “my dog is friendly” doesn’t reassure those with dogs who are afraid, stressed or anxious around other dogs.Ready for our daily hike, I had just let my three dogs out of the car when I hear a very deep bark near the trailhead, followed by someone calling a dog’s name. […]

  • Service Dog Enables Independence
    by Cara Conway on 30/06/2020 at 9:22 pm

    Navigating through life with a dog named PilotSome children are afraid of the dark, but darkness in complete silence is especially frightening. Just ask Annie. When she was a child, Annie would often sleep on the floor just to feel the vibrations of footsteps, or the opening and closing of windows […]

  • Milton Glaser’s Legendary Design Career and One Great Poster of a Dog
    by Cameron Woo on 30/06/2020 at 8:44 pm

    1929–2020One of the world’s great designers, Milton Glaser, passed away on Friday, June 26, 2020. Glaser was a seminal figure in modern design, highly influential and helping to define American graphic design. In a career that spanned seven decades, he created the memorable poster of […]

  • Calling All Dog Parents: Science Needs Your Help
    by Tracy Krulik on 29/06/2020 at 10:01 pm

    Does your officemate now have four paws, a sniffy nose and a waggy tail? Instead of chatting by the coffee machine at work, are you playing tug, giving belly rubs, and going on walkies between Zoom calls? If so, the Humane Rescue Alliance could use your help. The pandemic has caused major changes […]

  • Can Dogs Eat Apples? Super Foods for Dogs
    by Claudia Kawczynska on 26/06/2020 at 9:46 pm

    Yes, dogs can eat apples! This sweet, crispy, affordable fruit is great for your dogs. In fact, for many dogs, apples are a favorite fruit. And that’s a good thing, since apples are packed with essential vitamins and minerals, including vitamins A, C and K, as well as calcium and phosphorus. […]

  • Meet Arlo
    by The Bark Editors on 25/06/2020 at 8:25 pm

    After starting life as a feral dog covered in ticks, Arlo became a real "porch dog." If lying on the porch was a trick he would have been a master!Tags: smiling dogs

  • Meet Milkyway
    by The Bark Editors on 25/06/2020 at 8:17 pm

    Milkyway loves spending time in the beautiful and relaxing woods near his home in Italy. He loves fetching balls and gets crazy for them.Tags: smiling dogs

  • Training Covid-19 Detection Dogs in France
    by Susan Tasaki on 23/06/2020 at 11:01 pm

    Around the world, scientists are working at warp speed to develop ways to identify and treat Covid-19. In the month since we published an article about dogs being trained to detect Covid-19 in humans, more countries are getting into the act. Along with the UK and U.S. projects, the Nosaïs […]

  • How to Stop Your Dogs From Scavenging
    by Karen B. London on 23/06/2020 at 10:51 pm

    7 ways to prevent bellyaches from scavengingDogs are scavengers—there’s no pretending otherwise. Some dogs embrace their scavenger nature more than others, becoming extreme practitioners of the lifestyle. If your dog is serious about searching out food (and even things that are most […]

  • Spaying or Neutering Your Dog
    by Jordan Turner on 19/06/2020 at 1:51 am

    Why do it, when to do it, what to expect—everything you need to knowThere is a lot of confusion about when you should alter—spay or neuter—your dog. There is even conflicting evidence about whether you should have it done at all! The decision to have your dog altered is one of the […]

  • When Your Dog Won't Use Stairs
    by Karen B. London on 19/06/2020 at 1:35 am

    Help! Our dog refuses to use our spiral staircase.Dear Bark: We have a seven-year-old, 45-pound Lab/Husky mix and live in a condo with a spiral staircase. Our dog does not like the spiral staircase, and will not use it. We tried training her ourselves and we even hired a trainer, but no dice. […]

  • Meet Diego
    by The Bark Editors on 18/06/2020 at 8:47 pm

    Diego's mom had been shot with buckshot, but continued to care for and protect Diego before being rescued. His mom was adopted by his rescue foster mom, and we happily adopted him after his rescue group transported him up to the northeast.Tags: smiling dogs

  • Meet Blanche
    by The Bark Editors on 18/06/2020 at 8:36 pm

    Blanche will be 15 in August, so getting up is her favorite sport. She talks a lot, tells us when we are not doing what we should. Usually either giving her treats, taking her for a walk or helping her get up.Tags: smiling dogs

  • Stay Young: Tips for Keeping Your Older Dog Fit
    by The Bark Editors on 15/06/2020 at 11:46 pm

    An active dog is a happy dog. Regular exercise keeps your dog’s joints limber and muscles strong, helps control weight and engages the brain — all of which slow the aging process and boost your dog’s quality of life. Not only do active dogs live longer, they live better, and your […]

  • Meet Jett
    by The Bark Editors on 11/06/2020 at 9:04 pm

    Jett loves toys, some he loves so much that he cuddles them and takes them everywhere he goes. He loves sleeping on his bed by the fireplace. But leave a blanket on the sofa and he will claim it.Tags: smiling dogs

  • Meet Lilith
    by The Bark Editors on 11/06/2020 at 8:54 pm

    After three weeks of fostering Lilith, I was in love with her cuddles, underbite, undivided attention, and her love for all squirrels.Tags: smiling dogs

  • Playtime is Quality Time for Dogs
    by Iza Arrieta on 09/06/2020 at 9:08 pm

    A busy dog is a happier dog! Providing your dog with mental stimulation is not only worthwhile, it can also be fun.Many types of enrichment can be used to enhance a dog’s quality of life: social (facilitating intra- and interspecies contact), occupational (giving the dog a job), physical […]

  • Bliss
    by Teri Wilson on 08/06/2020 at 1:38 am

    What do I do now? These are the words that kept spinning through my mind at 2:37 in the morning when the emergency vet called me last Friday, and it became clear that my beloved Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Bliss, wasn’t going to make it. So much of that painful conversation is a blur, but […]

  • How to Welcome a Foster Dog
    by Karen B. London on 04/06/2020 at 10:07 pm

    Help! I’ve just taken in a foster dog—what do I do next?Dear Bark: Our local shelter put out a call for foster homes for its animals during the pandemic. Four hours after thinking I’d like to help out, I was driving home with an adorable two-year old mixed-breed dog. Now what do I […]

  • Meet Fanny Wiggles
    by The Bark Editors on 04/06/2020 at 8:59 pm

    Fanny's butt never stops wiggling when she's happy or excited. Fanny loves to catch balls, play tug, and wrestle with other dogs.Tags: smiling dogs

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