Home
my dog
26_2942
Liz & Jig, Tru, Biz, Mick and Jammer
Me and My Dog
Me & My Dog

All photos of your dog are precious, but there are some that just perfectly capture the reason why you're best friends. Maybe it's a photograph of two of you striking a goofy pose or sharing a quiet, contented moment. Maybe you're romping through the snow, waiting for a kiss—or just showing off your matching smiles. "Me & My Dog" is our newest reader-submitted photo feature, and we want to see to see all those wonderful best friends photos. Share your photo on our contest page.

26_2942
Buddy & Van
Me and My Dog
Me & My Dog

All photos of your dog are precious, but there are some that just perfectly capture the reason why you're best friends. Maybe it's a photograph of two of you striking a goofy pose or sharing a quiet, contented moment. Maybe you're romping through the snow, waiting for a kiss—or just showing off your matching smiles. "Me & My Dog" is our newest reader-submitted photo feature, and we want to see to see all those wonderful best friends photos. Share your photo on our contest page.

26_2942
Renate & Bret
Me and My Dog

From Montevideo, Uruguay, South America, souvenirs from great fans of THE BARK. Every issue an endearment. Congratulations, we love you.


Me and My Dog
All photos of your dog are precious, but there are some that just perfectly capture the reason why you're best friends. Maybe it's a photograph of two of you striking a goofy pose or sharing a quiet, contented moment. Maybe you're romping through the snow, waiting for a kiss—or just showing off your matching smiles. "Me & My Dog" is our newest reader-submitted photo feature, and we want to see to see all those wonderful best friends photos. Share your photo on our contest page.

26_2942
Alice, Rudy & Stelli
Me & My Dogs
Alice, Rudy & Stelli

My name is Alice and these are my dogs Rudy and Stelli. My dad took this picture yesterday. Rudy is on the right, and Stelli is on the left. As you can see by their sweaters, its really cold out. I am 9 and my dogs are 12. I surely love my dogs!
-Alice
 

Me & My Dog
All photos of your dog are precious, but there are some that just perfectly capture the reason why you're best friends. Maybe it's a photograph of two of you striking a goofy pose or sharing a quiet, contented moment. Maybe you're romping through the snow, waiting for a kiss—or just showing off your matching smiles. "Me & My Dog" is our newest reader-submitted photo feature, and we want to see to see all those wonderful best friends photos. Share your photo on our contest page.

26_2942
Jake & Diane
My & My Dog
Me & My Dog

All photos of your dog are precious, but there are some that just perfectly capture the reason why you're best friends. Maybe it's a photograph of two of you striking a goofy pose or sharing a quiet, contented moment. Maybe you're romping through the snow, waiting for a kiss—or just showing off your matching smiles. "Me & My Dog" is our newest reader-submitted photo feature, and we want to see to see all those wonderful best friends photos. Share your photo on our contest page.

News: Contests
The Great Pumpkin Rides Again—Bark’s 2009 Halloween Photo Contest
*Update*
Aladdin and Phoenix 2009 Winner

*Update* The winner of our 2009 Halloween photo contest are Bonnie and Beth of Plainview, N.Y. for their photo of Aladdin and Phoenix. Aladdin and Phoenix are the Greek Gods of the Sea, King Poseidon, and his son, King Triton. They are guarding the seas with their magical tridents.

 

From Angels to Zorros—we want to see your canine wizards, princesses, cowboys and superheroes. Are you and your dog marching in a Halloween parade, or is your dog park sponsoring a costumed “bobbing for bones” celebration? We welcome those photos too.

Upload for all to enjoy (see form below); we'll buckle down to choosing a winner—or who knows, perhaps winners—by the end of the year. In addition to being featured on our site, the winner will also get a fab Bark gift basket, which includes a subscription (or renewal), bumpersticker and t-shirt as well as a few doggie delights for the well-costumed pooch.

 

[Contest Closed]

News: Contests
How I Found My Dog: Love At First Lick

I found Frances on June 11, 2005. I was setting up a picnic in a park in Queens, N.Y., and my friend started pointing to a creature crawling out of the pond (swamp). “Oh my god, it’s a dog!” I said, as I started running towards him. He ran from me for a minute or two. Then, was so afraid, he peed. Then he kissed me.

He was covered in pond scum and hives, and the pads of his feet were either worn off or burned from running on asphalt. I cleaned him off as best I could with what I had at the park. I was living with a roommate who already had two dogs and a cat, so I could not keep him with me because I did not know his health or behavior status. Luckily, I work in an animal hospital and I brought him there for a few days. We figured out he had many allergies; the biggest one was to chicken. I was lucky enough to find a friend who owns a boarding facility in Whitestone, N.Y. He let me keep Frances there until I found a new place to live. It took me a month to find a sublet in Brooklyn before I got to bring my baby home.

Frances suffers from noise phobias, separation anxiety, allergies and dog aggression. It took a lot of time, patience and love, and with the help of the best vets in the world, friends, and his cat Fu Manchu, Frances has become a healthy, happy boy. I can’t imagine life without him. He still has issues. I moved to a quieter neighborhood, which has helped tremendously. He is still dog aggressive and I dream of a day when I can help him get over this. He must have been used for fighting because of his scars. He is about five years old now and loves to go to Pennsylvania to play in the woods and lay in the sun. I hope to have many years with my lovable knucklehead and his kitties Fu and Wyatt. --Jen Genesi

News: Contests
How I Found My Dog
What’s your story?
Enter Now!

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.

Pages