BARK is a non-profit dog club for agility enthusiasts training in the greater Boston area.

Our members are dedicated to working together using positive motivation to learn the skills of the engaging sport of dog agility. Using agility equipment, we practice to develop better control and communications skills to truly make the dog and handler a team.

We welcome you and your dog to join for FALL 2014 class sessions!

Our classes fill up quickly and sign-up is on a first-come, first-served basis. We specialize in positive training methods and utilize tools such as the clicker, treats, and toys to make the game of agility an enjoyable experience for both dog and handler.


FALL classes have been filled - please check back in the Spring for open classes.

Beginners I-A
times: Saturdays TBD; Sundays TBD
start dates: TBD
cost: $120

This class is designed to introduce you and your dog to most agility obstacles and basic handling techniques. We will discuss various training techniques and theories, then practice them using individual obstacles and simple obstacle sequences. Obstacles will include jumps of various types, tunnels, pause table, dog walk, weave poles, seesaw. The intent of this class is to build a positive relationship with your dog and build the confidence of both dog and handler so that you may succeed in more advanced agility classes. Agility is all about FUN!
Beginners II
start date: TBD
cost: $120

This class will focus on short sequences and contact equipment. Prerequisite is completion of Beginner I agility.

Class fees waived for combat veterans.

If you are interested in taking a class, please contact BARK's class coordinator at:

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BARK has relocated!

Our new OUTDOOR location is atUMass Waltham Station:

240 Beaver Street, Waltham MA
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For class information please contact our class coordinator.

Send an email to with information about your dog (name/age/breed) and the training experience of your dog/handler team.

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