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This is a picture of our little furkid Ruby, taken December 24, 2008. She discovered the igloo my granddaughter had built in the front yard and decided it must be checked out. I had a hard time convincing her to leave it! --Frank Isacson, Victoria, British Columbia
 

 

 

 

 

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Send us your photos; topics include Dog Is My Co-Pilot, My Dog Tickles My Funny Bone, or just about anything that captures your dog's special something. Send the photo with a brief description, to editor@thebark.com. Winners online receive a subscription (new or renewal) to Bark magazine. Winners in the magazine receive all that plus a snazzy Dog Is My Co-Pilot T-shirt.

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Show & Tell: Dog Is My Co-Pilot

 

 

This is a picture of Jack in the back seat of my car on the highway going almost 75 miles an hour. He's normally a very handsome and classy looking husky but with his lips flayling and eyes almost rolled back in his head, in this picture he is the most goofiest dog I've ever seen! Even though his face is completely distorted by the wind, he can't help but stick his head out the window.

 

 

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Send us your photos: topics include Dog Is My Co-Pilot, My Dog Tickles My Funny Bone, or just about anything that captures your dog's special something. Send the photo with a brief description, to editor@thebark.com. Winners online receive a subscription (new or renewal) to Bark magazine. Winners in the magazine receive all that plus a snazzy Dog Is My Co-Pilot T-shirt.

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Win a Copy of America at Home
With YOUR photo on the cover!

You’ve taken a lot of pretty darned sweet photos of your dog at home—lying on the couch, exploring the yard, wearing bows on her head at a family birthday. Now, here’s your chance to show off both your photo and your dog by entering our contest to put them on the cover of the new America at Home book, published by Running Press. If your entry is selected as one of the top four, you will win a copy of this wonderful book, with a cover featuring your special photo.

DETAILS
►Entries will be accepted through February 28, 2009.

►No purchase is necessary.

►Photos should show your dog (with or without people) in a home or garden setting.

►America at Home’s online instructions are easy to follow. Note that high-resolution photos produce better results—be sure to check their “cover resolution meter.”

Important: When you reach the PREPARE ORDER step, choose the EMAIL MY COVER TO A FRIEND button that appears directly under the photo and send it to BarkContest@gmail.com.

Remember, no purchase is necessary, so there is no need to fill out the order info on the America at Home site.

Start here now!

 

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Open to all Bark subscribers and their friends and family (Bark employees and their families are not eligible). Limit one entry per email address. Individual retail value: $39.95 plus shipping and handling. Winners will be notified by email; if a winning notification is undeliverable, another winner will be chosen.

 

 

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Family Dog
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It’s not surprising that, since they’re such integral parts of our lives, dogs are also part of our individual family histories, and the stories that come from them. When families get together for birthdays, holidays or just for fun, these stories tend to be trotted out and enjoyed once again by everyone. Here’s one we found enchanting, and we’re pleased to share it. Send us your family-dog photos and stories: familydog@thebark.com.
 

"My mother was born 1916 to immigrant parents; her mother was from Hungary and her father was German. She grew up in New Brunswick, N.J. Fido—who was, I think, a Border Collie mix—was their pet, but he was also a working dog, and he took his job quite seriously. My German grandfather was a butcher, and in those days (the 1920s), worked right next to the stockyard... " Click here to read the full story, "Put Fido on the Phone," by Toni Sebor Felt.

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How I Found My Dog
What’s your story?
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Behind each of our dog match-ups is a tale. Share yours with us (500 words or less) and include a photo if possible. Email to founddog@thebark.com. If your entry is selected for publication in the magazine or on the website, we will be in touch, so be sure to include contact information in the body of the email.

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Show & Tell Winners Dec 2008

[Top left] Thomas Rote's photo of Misty & Taz (two of his five Aussies) sharing their wish list with their favorite holiday lap.
[Middle] Karen Andrew submitted this charming photo of her Roo, who, she tells us, "loves to jump and climb trees." Roo and Karen live near the James River in Richmond, Va.
[Top right] Richard Stringer's, co-pilot, Harley rides along in a namesake Harley sidecar—getting revved up to deliver holiday treats to the neighborhood chlldren in Collegeville, Pa.
 

Enter Now!

Send us your photos: topics include Dog Is My Co-Pilot, My Dog Tickles My Funny Bone, or just about anything that captures your dog's special something. Send the photo with a brief description, to editor@thebark.com. Winners online receive a subscription (new or renewal) to Bark magazine, plus a Dog Is My Co-Pilot bumpersticker. Winners in the magazine receive all that plus a snazzy Dog Is My Co-Pilot T-shirt.

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My Dog Tickles My Funny Bone

Birdie’s photo, sent in by Jennifer Holt, launches our “My Dog Tickles My Funny Bone” contest. According to Jennifer, Birdie (shown here perching on the lap of Jennifer’s niece, Elizabeth) taught herself this “tickle my funny bone” trick, and regularly entertains guests to the Holts’ basement rec room with her “lappings.” Does your dog do something that makes you laugh? Do you have a photo of her doing it?

Send it to us and put yourself in running for some cool Bark prizes—winners will receive a new (or renewal) Bark subscription. funnybone@thebark.com
 

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