Bark is the home to the most popular subscription service for toys, treats and gifts. Now, they are offering the ultimate accessory, a free tattoo on their dog friend.
While time with your pet is fleeting, body art can last forever.
The program, launching today on TikTok, celebrates both the brand’s 10th anniversary and National Dog Day on Aug. 26. Bark’s employees are the ones who have gotten a lot of tattoos in this video clip. The rest are Bark customers.
Actually, coworkers such as Zoe Costello, who has Ziggy the mixed breed tattooed to her arm; Rachael Ceda, who also has Juni, her cattle dog, on Jenny Bartolf’s calf; and Jenny Bartolf, which features Benny the Chihuahua inscribed on Jenny Bartolf’s collarbone.
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Consumers who want to vie for the free ink will need to share a photo of their dog and write an explanation “for why they are the most deserving of the permanent declaration of love,” according to the brand.
Those who visit the sign-up site will see this pitch: “Are you a fan of neo chew-ditional? These are realistic threats Full color—or your dog’s favorite, black and gray? Whatever tattoo style you dig most, we’ve got your back. Your arm. Leg, whatever! In honor of National Dog Day and a full decade of BARK (that’s 70 dog years!), we’re gonna track down the ol’ company credit card and whippet out for you to get some sweet ink of your sweet pup. All you have to do is sit as well as they do.”
Bark will reimburse the costs of 100 winners. Bark gift cards and products are also available as prizes.
Bark, the company that went bankrupt weed-themed toys For April 20, and partnered Dunkin BarkBox is known for creating canine-friendly sweet treats. It often uses its pet-loving employees to inspire its BarkBox products. Four female employees and their four-legged BFFs starred in “Dog Mom Rap,” a music video-style ad that racked up some 7 million views. The 2021 sequel, “Thank F#$% For Dogs,” again tapped the workforce, plus influencers, for an ode to puppy love.