What is Bark Leaders? 

Bark Leader is an exciting chance for your dog to show off their spirit! Dogs compete to raise money to rescue pets – those who need YOU the most at Aggieland Humane. The three dogs that fundraise the greatest total amount will receive the winning titles of Alpha, Senior, & Junior Bark Leader. The dog that gets the highest number of individual donors to donate to its campaign will win the title of Fan Favorite. These four winning pups will be awarded a professional photo shoot, prize basket, and the prestigious title of Spokes Dog for Aggieland Humane! All contestants will have a chance at winning other prizes until the contest ends on Friday, November 1st!

Bark Leader is a fabulous opportunity to showcase your dog’s unique talents, winning personality, and stunning good looks! Your friends, family, and co-workers will have a blast donating to a paw-sitively amazing cause and helping your dog lead the pack.

Does your dog have enough spirit to be the Alpha? Bark Leader will be a tail-wagging good time you won’t forget!

Registration ends October 7th – don’t let your furry friend miss out!

Donate for your favorite dog

How it Works 

STEP 1 : Register your dog’s fundraising page through our event page HERE.
STEP 2 : Check out your new welcome packet with contest rules and tips!
STEP 3 : Add a photo, bio, video, and a creative description of your pet and why you are raising funds for AgHS!
STEP 4 : Share away with friends and family! You only have 16 weeks to be declared Alpha Dog of the Valley!

Welcome Packet


Previous Bark Leaders











Gabby was our 2016-17 Alpha Bark Leader. Gabby raised $4,000 for pets in need!


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Socket was our 2016-17 Senior Bark Leader. Socket raised $3,000 for pets in need!



Goober was our 2016-17 Junior Bark Leader. Goober raised $1,570 for pets in need!


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Nori was our 2015-16 Alpha Bark Leader.


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Socket was our 2015-16 Senior Bark Leader.


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Si was our 2015-16 Junior Bark Leader.



Zapp made Bark Leader history with his first run! Zapp raised over $3000 to support the homeless pets of AgHS. Zapp himself waited at AgHS for months before someone special saw his potential. Now a search and rescue dog Zapp proves that a rough start can still have a happy ending.



Remington is one smart cookie. He raised over $2500 for AgHS and represents the cause at all kinds of events. He can often be found working to educate the public on proper pet care or supporting various pet related events in the community.



Wienkie raised just over $1500 during his campaign for fame. Wienkie also started out at AgHS after he was found wandering the streets alone and scared. Now living the high life with his dachshund siblings Wienkie loves his title of Junior Bark Leader almost as much as his forever family.