'Wags and PAWRKS

What do they mean? How do I get them? Find out...

PAWRKS (Paw Perks) is a score that you keep on building on barkloudly.com based on their level of engagement with shelters and rescues. You can earn ton of PAWRKS just by engaging with local shelters and rescues - each act of volunteering, fostering, adoption, donation and advocacy earns you PAWRKS.


‘Wags is a product or a service that Barkloudly.com members can get based on their individual PAWRKS (Paw Perks) score.


Here are some ‘Wags that you can earn with your PAWRKS score. We are working with these generous sponsors for three months. There are some individual restrictions on these offers so do read individual redemption details before you redeem.

50 PAWRKS (any one signing up with barkloudly.com / public sharing on social networks - find more details)
  • 30% off with specialized hand crafted jewelry MetroPawlitan Art (first 100 users)
  • 20% off three packs of Troff Pouch Hydration Pack for your dog
  • 10% off on a Sweet Potato Pepper dress item
  • 15% off on 1 year supply box of Super Scoopy Clean Up bags


100 PAWRKS (any one volunteering at a shelter or a rescue for up to 10 hours via a request posted through barkloudly.com)
  • 30% off with specialized hand crafted jewelry MetroPawlitan Art (first 100 users)
  • 25% off a week supply of Troff Pouch Hydration Pack for your dog (first 100 users)
  • 25% off on a Sweet Potato Pepper dress item
  • 25% off on 1 year supply box of Super Scoopy Clean Up bags


1000 PAWRKS (any one fostering a dog via a request posted through barkloudly.com)

  • 40% off with specialized hand crafted jewelry MetroPawlitan Art (first 100 users)
  • 30% off a week supply of Troff Pouch Hydration Pack for your dog (first 100 users)
  • 40% off on a Sweet Potato Pepper dress item
  • 30% off on 1 year supply box of Super Scoopy Clean Up bags

About Us

Barkloudly is an innovative way to connect volunteers with shelters and rescues. At barkloudly, we reward dog lovers who give their time, share their homes and their dollars to help dogs in need.