Having space to run and play and socialise with other dogs is an essential component for a healthy and happy dog – both physically & emotionally.
Situated on a traditional Emirati farm in Al Awir, BarkPark Dubai offers acres that are clean, safe & fully enclosed for you to socialize and for your dogs to exercise, train, play, swim and enjoy being off the lead.
With a large & chlorine free swimming pond in our large dog area and smaller cool down pools for our small dogs, drinking water, fun agility equipment, shading, and a retail shop, BarkPark Dubai is a great place for you & your dogs.
Please note we have segregated areas for small (up to 12 kg) and for large dogs.
We offer BarkPark Dubai facilities to several rescue organizations and regularly host events with proceeds going towards helping animals in need. All dogs must have current vaccinations – Rabies & DHPPL (Kennel cough is not essential), be micro-chipped & if from Dubai, registered with the Dubai Municipality. Please bring your dog’s vaccination booklet and your personal Emirates ID as these will be checked prior to entry. Do check out our rules & petiquette guidelines to find out more.
We are fully licensed by the Department of Economic Development Dubai, Dubai Municipality and the Ministry Of Climate Change And Environment (MOCCAE)
It started with a kiss & beseeching puppy eyes…..
That was all it took & I had adopted another Saluki whom I named “Asal”. Beautiful, temperamental & fast (Asal, not me) she was a liability in open spaces. With no safe place to allow this super speedy Saluki to run freely, the seeds for creating Dubai’s first outdoor dog park began to germinate. Fast forward 18 months and BarkPark was born!
In mid 2020 we launched ‘Boarding@BarkPark Dubai’ offering home style boarding for dogs and for cats.
– Jan, Owner, Manager & lover of all animals especially dragonflies – BarkPark Dubai.
She was my inspiration and we all owe our thanks to this precocious princess. If she’d been well behaved I may never have been inspired to create BarkPark, (they do say that necessity is the mother of invention.)
Sensitive & sensible Sarhan is a Saluki with a multitude of allergies. My quest to alleviate Sarhan’s discomfort led me to learn about the benefits of raw feeding of which I am a strong advocate.
Ramadi was found in a terrible state and had almost given up on life. He came to me as a foster from Saluki Rescue Arabia. Ramadi blossomed from a shy, frightened dog into the wonderful, happy, exuberant hound. I did his DNA test and it came back as 50% Saluki & 50% Afghan Hound.
So he’s known as an Afghaluki’