NEW: Meal Toppers + Treats
Popcorn Chicken Topper
Popcorn Chicken Topper - $15
These crispy chicken morsels rule the roost with a meaty flavor boost! Pop a few in with your dog’s kibble, or hide in a treat-dispensing toy for an extra-satisfying bite. Use code CHICK10 at checkout for extra 10% off.
Add a few pieces of chicken for an added bonus at mealtime!
Up to 15lb: 1-3 pieces
15 to 30lb: Up to 5 pieces
30 to 50 lb: Up to 8 pieces
50+ lb: Up to 10 pieces
Not intended as a complete and balanced food.
Chicken, Oat Groats, Pearled barley, Vegetable Glycerin, Pork Stock, Chicken Fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols), Gelatin, Guar Gum, Citric Acid (preservative), Vinegar, Salt, Mixed Tocopherols (Preservative) Rosemary Extract, Green Tea Extract, and Spearmint.
3,100 kcal/kg, 6 kcal/treat
freeze-dried raw topper
freeze-dried beef liver sprinkles - $15
Top your dog’s kibble with these single-ingredient, freeze-dried raw beef liver sprinkles for a burst of irresistibly meaty flavor. One ingredient, countless reasons to do a happy dinner dance. Recommended for adults.
Pumpkin Spice Up Your Life Topper
Pumpkin Spice Topper - $15
Dogs never let you use the bathroom alone, and we return the favor. Make sure the pick-up is easy with a fiber-and flavor-packed topper that promotes healthy digestion (and poops!).
Your price will never go up
Inflation sucks! Your dog didn't cause it and shouldn't eat less nutritious food because of it.
We offer your dog the same price for their entire life, when you choose Subscribe & Save (which saves you an additional 5%).
Same price. Forever. Period.
BARK Food isn't the cheapest you'll find, but it's high-quality with a competitive price that will not change, even if you feed it to your dog for 15 years.
You can also change the flavor or formulation and we'll honor your original price.
How this is possible?
At BARK, we make all of our own products. By not paying expensive middlemen, we have more control over our costs, which is why we can make this offer to you.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why is BARK Food breed specific?
Each breed has a unique profile of physical and behavioral characteristics that guide our recommendations. For example, Labrador Retrievers tend to skip the chewing part of eating dinner, which is why we offer them a slow feeder bowl. Pit Bulls tend to experience more proneness to allergies and sensitive skin, so we've recommended a supplement to support their skin & coat health from the inside out.
Our breed-focused recommendations will help your dog be their best, happiest, and healthiest dog-self.
How can I transition my dog to BARK Food?
We generally recommend transitioning food over the course of one week, gradually phasing out the old food and introducing the new. For the first two days offer a meal that is 25% new food and 75% old food. After that, move to 50% and 50% for two days, then 75% new food and 25% old food for two more days. After that your dog should be ready to eat only their new food!
During this transition you will monitor for any vomiting, diarrhea, or appetite change that would indicate your dog is having trouble with the new food. For more on transitioning dog foods see our guide here
What is the difference between breed recommendations?
We make recommendations for meal recipes, supplements, and accessories based on your dog's needs according to their breed, age, and any allergies. Every dog is an individual, and each breed has characteristics and behaviors that make it unique.
Do I have to purchase supplements with my BARK Food order?
Not if it doesn't feel right! We recommend that you consider a supplement aligned with your dog's breed needs. How many of us humans have no skin care regimen whatsoever? High maintenance coats and sensitive skin require a little extra love when it comes to dogs, too. The same goes for joint care in breeds prone to skeletal or mobility issues.
Ultimately, we want to provide you with everything we can to help your dog thrive. Plus, the supplements taste just like a treat—your dog won't even know they're good for 'em.
What if my dog has allergies?
If your dog has a food-specific allergy, you may find that they fare better when you eliminate a problem ingredient (usually a protein). Sometimes this can be accomplished by trying different recipes that contain different proteins—BARK has a selection of recipes that you can try for your pup.
Additionally, dogs with environmental allergies often experience skin health challenges. These pups may benefit from extra skin support, so if they tolerate fish, consider our Alaskan Pollock kibble recipe (with lots of good omega 3 & 6 fatty acids) as well as our bacon-flavored skin & coat supplement.
(We strongly recommend chatting with your vet, too -- sometimes food isn't the problem, or a very specific food is required).
Will you have dog food for other breeds in the future?
Yes! We plan to expand our breed offerings as we continue to grow.
I already feed my dog BARK Food. What does this mean for me and how do I log in my account?
You will continue to receive the same great food for your dog! If you signed up before August 1st, 2022, please visit woof.barkeats.com to access your account.
Do you offer products for mixed breeds?
Of course! All of our product offerings are also great for lovable mixes that show characteristics of one or more of our listed breeds. We make recommendations based on health needs and breed traits, so you can choose what’s best for your one-of-a-kind pup.
Can’t find your breed?
Currently we only serve a few breeds, but we are working hard on developing the best meal for a broad range of breeds.