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Chicago Tribune Loves BARk!

To those of us who love dogs, the success of BARk magazine makes perfect sense. Who wouldn't want to read a smart periodical dedicated entirely to our cherished companions? But it's always nice when non-dog people (or entities) admit that they find it fascinating, too. So thank you, Chicago Tribune, for congratulating BARk on its 10-year anniversary in today's editorial, "That's 70 in dog years."

I especially like the dare at the end, in which the editors "defy anyone -- dog-haters and cat-lovers included -- to thumb all the way through BARk without grinning like a border collie. It will make you want to get a dog. Or be one." BARk readers, how do you feel after you read the magazine? Are you compelled to give your dog a big hug? Does it inspire you to try something new with your dog? Or add another pup to the pack? Let us know!

Julia Kamysz Lane

February 11, 2008 in Cool stuff, Current Affairs, dogparks, Food, Health, media, Recreation, Travel | Permalink


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I just recently subscribed to Bark, but I have been purchasing it off the newstand for about a year, and I LOVE the magazine. Not only is it entertaining and freshly written, but it often has fascinating information I might never have considered otherwise (like ski-joring). My husband and I just adopted our third dog, in no small part to Bark-or maybe just due to our strong desire to rescue every dog in the world. :)
I'd love to see a monthly or quarterly column that gives readers a chance to share their adoption stories-I know we tell ours every chance we get!
Thanks for all that you do!

Posted by: Elizabeth | Feb 17, 2008 4:44:31 PM

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