I firmly believe we can design a way of living that can be cruelty-free and minimise our impact on the environment. Park Barkers, as a design challenge, has this at its core.
Park Barkers is not like any other dog brand. The young label—by seasoned graphic designer, illustrator, art director and typographer Dave Snow—is part labor of love inspired by a beagle named Darwin, and part design challenge. Every aspect is highly considered and hyper-functional. Clip-release collars mean easy removal at home, reflective jacket detailing aids visibility on low-light walks, and quick-dry fabrics eliminate dank material. Leads, harnesses, and accessories round out this sharp, modern range.
Why we love Park Barkers
A commitment to cruelty-free materials and quality production is a cornerstone of the brand. Vegan leather and flecked-rubber collars strive into new design territory. Jackets are made from recycled-plastic polyester. There’s even a reversible coat that reclaims watercolour scraps from artist Sarah Lanach. No waste here, just smart ideas.