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Surf the Bark’s New, Improved Website

Who says an old dog can't learn new tricks? Today, The Bark launches a new site with expanded capabilities, and, boy, are our tails wagging! You'll find the full text of many of your favorite articles (with more added all the time), plus web-only magazine extras, such as a downloadable pattern for handmade window books, a video interview with Margaret Cho, and bonus gift picks for the holidays that we just couldn't fit in the December 2008 issue. At thebark.com, you get the skinny on events that celebrate dogs and early notice about exclusive contests, such as a chance to win a private theater screening of Hotel for Dogs to benefit your favorite shelter or rescue (more on that soon).

Most importantly, The Bark-online 2.0 gives us additional opportunities to hear from you. As always, we invite you to share your perspective in comments to the blog and to submit photos of your smiling dog. But we also hope you'll answer our online calls for creative input that might land your essay in our Readers' Forum or your dog on the cover. We've got our noses pressed to the window just waiting for you to stop by.

Lisa Wogan lives in Seattle and is the author of, most recently, Dog Park Wisdom. lisawogan.com
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Submitted by Anonymous | November 28 2008 |

Good luck with the new site: looking good already!

Submitted by Mary | November 29 2008 |

The new webpage is very attractive, and I look forward to exploring it.

Submitted by Jennifer | December 1 2008 |

Love the new site, but I can't figure out how to sign up for your RSS feed. I had no problem with the last site, but I can't figure it out here. Am I missing something obvious? Can you post a link to it? I want to keep up to date!

Submitted by Lisa Wogan | December 3 2008 |

Thanks for your post and question. We don't have RSS capability yet. But we will soon. So check back. We'd love to have you in the loop.

Submitted by Anonymous | March 6 2009 |

Any progress on the RSS yet? :-)

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