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Blog: Weekly Smilers
Weekly Smiler 4-21-14
Smiling Dogs
Cano
Our featured smilers of the week. See more in our Smiling Dogs Gallery. This week: Cano, Chompers, Rocco, Tom, and Webster.
Blog: Editors
Foster Mom Reconnects with Rescue Dog
The Little Miracles of Social Media
At its best, social media can spark connections one only dreams about. Such was the case involving a series of photographs we posted recently on Facebook. Last week we blogged a new series of photos by Bark contributor Grace Chon, showing her 10-month-old son Jasper and 7-year-old dog Zoey in matching apparel. The photos are adorable and our followers agreed, “liking” and sharing the pix with...
Blog: Weekly Smilers
Weekly Smiler 4-14-14
Smiling Dogs
Ella
Our featured smilers of the week. See more in our Smiling Dogs Gallery. This week: Ella, Hutch, Layla, Rafa, and Rudy.
Dog's Life: Travel
Dog Is My Co-Pilot
Bark Readers’ Travel Tips 2014
Dogs Jumping out of Car
Our call went out … and you’ve responded! Each year, The Bark asks our readers to share their travel expertise—naming their favorite destinations, canine-friendly accommodations and tips for sharing the road, trail or skies with their dogs. And who better to guide us in our summer adventures than Bark readers? Our trusted readers are road-tested and trail-proven, and once again have offered up a...
Blog: Weekly Smilers
Weekly Smiler 4-7-14
Smiling Dogs
Bailey
Our featured smilers of the week. See more in our Smiling Dogs Gallery. This week: Bailey, Bentley, Odin, Sadie, and Seitheach.
Dog's Life: Lifestyle
What’s New: Products
With many new products on the store shelves, these caught our eye.
CarpetSaver
Keep floors dry and clean with CarpetSaver’s absorbent foam-backed (non-skid) fabric that grabs debris and water. Just shake it out or toss in the washer when it’s dirty. Comes in two widths, three colors and a variety of lengths.Carpetsaver.com Minnesota’s Mendota Products is in the “pink” over a new color they introduced to their pliable, durable safety collar line. Pink teams up with yellow,...
Dog Culture: DogPatch
Overheard: Authors on dogs
Ann Patchett, Elizabeth Gilbert, J.K. Rowling, Sue Monk Kidd
"The dogs bark but the carnival moves on." – Paul Begala
It’s no coincidence that many authors have dogs. After all, dogs are quiet, companionable and have a deep appreciation for routine, all of which fit into the writing life like a sleepy pup in a comfy bed. Here are some snippets gleaned from our reading list. According to what she told Oprah, the dog made Sue Monk Kidd quit (in a good way): “I have an old dog named Lily and she’s a Black Lab. We...
Wellness: Food & Nutrition
Egg Calcium
Home-Cooking Tip
COOL STUFF FOR EGG HEADS For an easy, quick source of calcium … Grind up cleaned, dried eggshells into a powder using a spice/coffee grinder or mortar and pestle. Half a teaspoon of eggshell powder equals 1,000 mg of calcium.
Blog: Weekly Smilers
Weekly Smiler 3-31-14
Smiling Dogs
Belikin
Our featured smilers of the week. See more in our Smiling Dogs Gallery. This week: Belikin, Jess, Mutton, Rena and Ruby.
Dog Culture: DogPatch
On View: Paul Howard Manship
Paul Howard Manship Art
For a 30-year period beginning just after World War I, Paul Howard Manship (1885–1966) was lauded as one of America’s premier sculptors. Born and raised in St. Paul, Minn., Manship looked to the classical past for both inspiration and subject matter while exploring the modernistic stylings of what would become Art Deco. Manship’s sculpture entitled Indian Hunter and His Dog reflects his signature...

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