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Spring Fund-Raiser May 17! Raffle! Cookout!

Check out the Spring Raffle! Look for board members selling chances!

Friends of Barker Field is the organization that cares for Barker Field Dog Park. We get the chips, keep the drain clear in the watering area, fix the gates, post rules, and otherwise care and advocate for Barker Field. We are organized as a partner of Enrichmond Foundation. Your gifts are fully tax-deductable.

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News & Sponsors:

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Davey Tree Expert Company

Tree and Lawn Care Experts Since 1880

Provides Hardwood Chips

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K9 Kare Boarding

Where Your Dog Feels At Home

3 $50 Certificates for K9 Kare Services

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Dogma Grooming and Pet Needs

We Believe in the Best for your Pet!

$25 Gift Certificate

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Spring '14 Fundraiser

Coffee, Donuts, Chili-Dog Cookout, Raffle, Adoption


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Cool Stuff for All Breeds of Humans

$50 Gift Certificate

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The Barking Lot

$75 Gift Certificate!

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Board Meeting Feb 26 '14



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Curbside Cafe

Kick Your Worries to the Curb

$20 Gift Certificate

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Can Can Brasserie

$50 Gift Certificate

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Aikido RVA

Self defense for the mind, body and spirit.

Month's Free Membership

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Your attention to Barker Field via FaceBook and Google+ is valuable, but your subscription to FOBF's email list is even more valuable for our local Sponsors. Please join our email list and let our sponsors know you're pleased they support the dog park!

Barker Field Swag!

www.zazzle.com/fobfswag* is our Sweatshirt & Hoodie Factory. Sally Brant, a founding mother of Barker Field, sketched the new 'two dogs chasing' logo and more than 30 other full and mixed breed dogs. Click Sally Brant Dog Sketches to see all these beautiful sketches. Buy your favorite on tee-shirts, hoodies, sweat-shirts, or aprons from FOBF Swag! The price includes a generous markup for FOBF, about $7 on a Hoodie, $5 on a Sweatshirt, $4 on a Tee.

Earth Day - April 26th!

Enrichmond's Earth Day 2014

FOBF's '501C3 Umbrella' Enrichmond Foundation has sponsored Earth Day Festivals for 20 years. Put this year's Earth Day on your calendar. All brews tipped benefit Enrichmond's programs.

Donate On-Line:

Click Donate On-Line to visit Friends of Barker Field's page at enrichmond.org and make a gift with PayPal.


Rescues & Adoptions

Barker Field heartily encourages dog rescue groups & folks who provide foster care and work hard to find forever homes for dogs. Adopt a dog, and help them however you can! Many, or most, of Barker Field's dogs were rescued and adopted, some of them from these Rescures:

Help FOBF Enforce The Rules

Peer pressure is the best way of enforcing Barker Field's rules. Nearly 100% of incidents involving injury or threats to persons and dogs at Barker Field would have been prevented if our rules had been followed.

Please speak up, politely, to violators of our rules, especially the top 3:

  • No Chidren Under 12
  • No Un-neutered Dogs
  • Supervise & Clean Up After your Dog

Click Barker Field's Rules to see the full list of rules.

Protect Your Dog from Intestinal Parasites

Soil at Barker Field harbors larvae and eggs for intestinal worms and giardia. Most of the holes dogs dig have at least one kind of larvae or egg! If your dog eats dirt or plays with dirty balls he or she is likely ingesting parasites!

It's better to prevent parasite infections than it is to kill adult parasite after a dog has been infected. Use a Heart Worm preventative that also protects for Whip, Hook, and Round Worms.

Not every heart worm preventative protects against all three types of worms!

Let your Vet know your dog goes to the dog park. Ask for advice about preventatives and de-worming. Flea control is the best preventative for tapeworms. Always take a stool sample when you take your dog to the Vet Let the Vet rule out worms, giardia, or coccidia if your dog develops loose or mucusy stools without a change in diet.

Patronize Our Sponsors!

Let them know you also support Barker Field! Click Sponsors to see more about our sponsors...