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We’ve Reopened Submissions
Not yet for essays, but yes for reporting and journalistic pieces

We love hearing from you—from comments on the blog, Facebook and Twitter to your thoughtful, researched story submissions for the magazine and website. So we’re very happy to be lifting a moratorium—partially—on the latter. Once again, we invite you to submit your stories or pitches for dog-related reportage.

Keep in mind, we stay up-to-date (mostly) on dog news and hear from quite a few PR folks—so pitches about products and destinations or widely covered issues are probably already on our radar. Instead, we’re looking for stories that either provide a fresh, illuminating perspective at something we already know about or, even better, that SURPRISE us. For more information, please review our submission guidelines.

Two final notes.

One, we still have a serious backlog of personal essays, so we’re not opening the gates to more submissions in that area. If you have a tribute you’d like to see posted on our website, please submit it to Lisa Wogan at webeditor@thebark.com.

Two, remember, we’re a small staff here at Bark, and we like to give your ideas the time and attention they deserve, so it can take up to a year for us to get back to you. Not always. But sometimes.

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