Becoming a Member of ARFF Agility
All applicants must have completed basic agility training and, also, pass a simple evaluation that demonstrates knowledge of equipment safety BEFORE they receive an application.
How do I become a member of ARFF?
If you‘ve completed basic training and want to become a member, contact our Membership person (by clicking here). We will arrange a brief evaluation, a simple test to ensure that you and your dog know the safe use of the equipment, and that your dog is not aggressive. The evaluation will be at our practice field in Carlisle, MA. After a successful evaluation, you will be given an Application for Membership.
Why Join ARFF?
- Once a week practice at beautiful River Road Farm in Carlisle, MA
- An informal mentor program for new members
- Camaraderie with fellow dog lovers
- Opportunities to attend dog related classes, seminars and fun social events
- Information exchange about dogs and agility
- A great source for networking
- Being part of a fun and well-run club
Membership types/annual dues
- Individual Membership – $50
- Junior Membership (under age 18) – $40
Our members have a love for dogs and agility. Since the success of the club depends on the volunteer work of its members, we expect members to participate in the club’s activities, pitching-in at practices, our annual trial and events.
Agility is really fun - whether you compete or just want to have fun and build a bond with your dog.