**Used - Sleeve/VG+ Media/NM**
While perhaps not the best collection of Screeching Weasel songs overall, there are some standouts to be sure, including "Cool Kids," which in hindsight has become one the band's signature songs, likely due to its inclusion Physical Fatness, the third in the ever-popular Fat Wreck Chords compilation series. That sort of exposure led Bark Like A Dog to land on the Billboard Heatseekers chart, the only Screeching Weasel album to accomplish that feat.
At the ripe old age of 20, hindsight would say that Bark Like A Dog is not Screeching Weasel's best record. However, as an example of the sort of polished pop-punk that was sweeping the nation in 1996, it's a strong one. It also holds a special place in the hearts of many who spent their formative years in punk during this time. Too young to really appreciate earlier works like My Brain HurtsÂ and Wiggle, Bark Like A Dog, for many, is the quintessential Screeching Weasel record. While others may hold previous works in higher regard, Bark Like A Dog still holds up pretty well, and that's no small accomplishment for an album entering its third decade of existence.