If you’ve ever wondered “why can’t my social media feed just be all dogs?” You’re in the right place.
BarkBarkBark is bringing joy back to the world wide web. Our app is a rare breed: we capture the wag-worthy moments without any of the ruff stuff. BarkBarkBark is a video platform that uses first-of-its-kind doggie-detection technology to make sure the only faces you see are of your furry friends. Users can “pupload” to share exclusive canine content, “lick” the posts they love the most and leave pawsitive, dog-approved comments. Plus, we make sure screen-time is up-to-sniff with a unique time limit feature. It’s a new kind of social media. Can you dig it?
Curious about our colorful canine community?
4 Steps to Get Furmiliar with the App:
Everything is furry and nothing hurts.
Social media overwhelm is real: what starts as a fun, social place to connect, learn and expand your worldview can quickly change into an endless scroll of hurtful commenters, face-melting advertisements, and negative content.
BarkBarkBark is on a mission to make social media fluffy.
We made the first truly pawsitive place on the internet and put humankind’s first best friend center stage. Login to laugh, learn and feel the love for your furry friends. With built-in screen time restrictions, dog-approved comments and reactions, and fur-finding face technology, BarkBarkBark brings joy, healthy boundaries, and heartwarming content together in a responsible, authentic, and playful space. We want to lead by example to challenge big tech to take better care of their users. BarkBarkBark was designed with you in mind: giving dog owners and dog-lovers a place to share the moments that make life a little bit more delightful. No cats allowed (just kidding).
Our Chief Bark Officer Marshall Ross
BarkBarkBark was founded and developed by Marshall Ross in 2021. While working for the biggest tech brands in the industry, he observed the draining emotional effects of traditional social media. Ross realized: if big tech wanted to, they would. He was inspired to create a first-of-its-kind app that put user support, mental health, safety and most importantly, fun, at the forefront. His goal was to create a response and correction to late-stage social algorithms, made with a mix of homespun ideals and emerging Silicon Valley-level tech (without the SIlicon Valley-level burnout).