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What’s New at Bark!


Open Farm recipes focus on a limited set of ethically sourced proteins and locally grown, non-GMO fruits and vegetables. Open Farm stay away from cheap, processed fillers and instead source quality whole ingredients, like lentils and chickpeas, to create a wholesome, nutritionally balanced food for your pets.

You have the option of choosing from two Open Farm cat kibble varieties: Turkey and Chicken or Ocean Catch of the Day. Both of these varieties are perfect for kittens and cats of all life stages and are also great for a rotating protein diet.

The new Open Farm cat food is available at all 8 Bark! locations. To learn more about Open Farm, please visit their website.

What the Cluck Farms


 What the Cluck Farms Pure Chicken Breast Jerky  That’s right. JUST chicken breast! Nothing else…and it doesn’t get much better then that! What the Cluck Farms is dedicated to making all natural, homemade, human-grade dog treats. These treats are made and sourced in the USA in small batches to ensure the best quality around town. None of the chickens or packaging is sourced from China, and absolutely no by-products are used, ever. What the Cluck Farms uses only fresh USDA, […]

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Happy Howie’s Premium Meat Rolls


The preferred training treat of expert dog trainers throughout the country. Short on ingredients and large on flavor, these rolls make training easier and more fun. You can also use these rolls as a food topper or to hide a pill. Available in Beef, Lamb, and Turkey these rolls cut up perfectly into small pieces without leaving a mess. Their rich flavor commands the attention and obedience of almost any dog out there.     Happy Howie’s Premium Meat Rolls […]

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Pura Naturals for Pets


Why do we do things to our best friends, and by that I mean our pets, which we would not do to our worst enemies? Toxins, artificial colors, formaldehyde (yes the embalming elixir for the dead can now be found in shampoos), skin irritants, and chemical fragrances are found in a majority of the products available in the market today. Terrible but true! The FDA and USDA are supposed to be monitoring this category but because cats can’t complain about […]

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