At BARK, we want to make dogs as happy as they make us. Because dogs and humans are better together. That’s why we’re committed to creating the world’s best products and experiences to satisfy each individual dog’s distinct personality and preferences.
From the makers of BarkBox, BARK Post strives to provide dog people with all things DOG—from the best supplies and training advice written by experts in the industry, to veterinarian-reviewed wellness information and the latest product launches from BARK (4/20 toys, anyone?). We believe that dogs and humans are better together, and aim to be the world’s favorite dog-centric content source. So when you need to know more about the color of your dog’s poop, you know where to find us.
Samantha Erb built the foundation for BARK’s long-form content arm, and is now editor-in-chief of BARK Post with seven years of experience writing about dogs. She attended the University of Delaware for English & Business Writing, and currently spoils two BarkBox-addicted dogs, Haley & Tilly, in Charlotte, NC.
Elise is a dog lover and long-time writer for BARK Post. She completed her bachelor’s degree in Journalism at the University of Cincinnati, then went on to study Communication as a postgrad at Florida Atlantic University. Currently, she enjoys exploring Florida with Bailey, her 10-year-old husky rescue, and volunteering with Salty Dog Paddle, a nonprofit dedicated to helping dogs in need.
Margo Hennet, DVM, cVMA, and veterinarian at BARK is a canine nutrition, health, & wellness connoisseur. She has a combined 10 years of experience in clinical medicine, research, and education—that’s 70 dog years of know-how—and graduated from Colorado State University as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She completed specialized training in internal medicine prior to working as a general practitioner in Colorado, has authored peer-reviewed publications and textbook chapters, holds certification in veterinary medical acupuncture, and is a member of the American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition and American Veterinary Medical Association.