ARFF (Agility is Really Fun for Fido) Agility Club
The ARFF Agility Club was founded in 1993 by a small group of Boston-area agility enthusiasts. The purpose of our club is the advancement of dogs and handlers in agility training, and to promote an interest in, and a public appreciation for, agility-trained dogs and agility competition.
ARFF encourages its members to set an example of good sportsmanship while striving for excellence in agility competition. We offer many opportunities, such as club practices and workshops, for members to learn, train, and participate in agility with their canine partners. We are devoted to providing a nurturing place for novices to grow.
ARFF and its members are actively involved in agility competitions. Our club hosts annual USDAA trials on the second weekend in May and Labor Day weekend, and our members compete at all levels in USDAA, AKC, CPE, and NADAC. We take great pride in the successes of all our teams, from our beginners to those competing at national events.
ARFF's officers are a dedicated group of volunteers planning club trials, designing club practices, caring for equipment, welcoming new members, and chronicling club activities and member accomplishments.
ARFF Agility Club thanks Sally Willard for her work on our first website (circa 2006) and her inspiration for the current version.