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The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: a Bark Sighting

We were  “featured”  last night, Tuesday 6/26/12,  on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart—watch for the magazine to appear towards the end, on what they call “Segment 4,” Jon  was "reading" the mag and had fun with one of the cover lines!. Theyl also posted the video that was taken during the dogs’ exclusive studio visit. As many of you know, I was treated to an all-day visit and Q&A session with the Daily Show staff and wrote a ten-page story that appears in our current issue. For the dogs, this was their first visit to the hallowed studio—and all of them got to sit on, or behind, Stewart’s desk. I was surprised that many of the dogs took this posing in stride, perhaps sensing how special this was. It certainly helped that they had many humans coaxing and cajoling them equipped with squeaky toys and lots of treats. KC Bailey, our great and uber patient photographer, got the perfect cover dog shot, the video too will add to the story.

Then the more I learned about how great the dogs have it at The Daily Show office (they really can roam just about anywhere inside the office space), and how they are appreciated by everyone there, we also decided to cap it off by giving The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Bark’s 1st Annual Best Place to Work Award.

You can find this issue on many newsstands, and at places like Whole Foods, or from our store too.



Claudia Kawczynska is The Bark's co-founder and Editor-in-Chief.


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