Recomended Reading: Barking Dog Shoes

Every single time readers write to me with problem-foot or problem-ankle questions, I refer them to Barking Dog Shoes. Every time! Kirsten’s comprehensive site is an invaluable resource for anyone who experiences any kind of joint or foot pain, but pales at the thought of wearing squishy, boring, orthopedic shoes.

You may be familiar with most of the brands as foot-friendly – Naot, Born, Dansko, and the like – but dig a little deeper and you’ll find posts on stylish shoes for plantar fascitis, an entire category of posts on styles with roomy toe boxes, and eight great pairs for ladies with bunions. This gal does her research, and generally offers two to three online options for purchase with every recommended shoe.

Even if your feet are fine but you’re hoping to mix some serious walkables in with the high-heeled lovlies, take a peek at Barking Dog Shoes. You’re bound to find something you’ll love.

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7 Responses to “Recomended Reading: Barking Dog Shoes”

  1. Anonymous

    Thank you for posting this! It couldn't have come at a better time. I'm struggling with my PF and agonizing over what I can wear this spring/summer for cute shoes.

  2. What Would a Nerd Wear

    this is great! i have such princess feet–everything hurts me, so it's SO good to find pretty shoes that don't kill you.

  3. Coco

    I am so excited to find another resource to fulfill my shoe obession.
    I am one of many women who have "feet with issues" as I like to say, and I always try to feature comfortable shoes in many of my posts. (And yes, sometimes, some not-so-comfortable ones, too!)
    p.s. Love your blog; sorry I haven't taken the time to comment until now

  4. Toby Wollin

    Where have these people been all my (internet) lift? Fantastic! Thanks so much for listing this.

  5. Sarah

    Great!! Thanks!! I have been searching for comfortable shoes that I can walk around in all day – I am going to this site now!

  6. joan

    I would love to check out Barking Dog Shoes !
    But where are they? How much do they cost? The sites just show shoes and descriptions.
    I can’t find prices or ordering info or a store nearby?