Dog. Polite. Happy. Healthy.

Does your dog jump, pull on the leash or growl at other dogs? Are you concerned about leaving your dog at home all day, or having to travel without your pets? We've got you covered.

Opportunity Barks is a state-of-the-art dog training, daycare and boarding facility. We have two acres of peaceful countryside where your dog can come and learn great manners, go to daycare with his friends, or have a little vacation while you travel.

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dog training

  • Relief from behavior problems
  • Puppy training & socialization
  • Private lessons, day training and classes
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dog daycare

  • Play, fun and exercise
  • Best daytime activity for dogs
  • Safe, clean and supervised by professionals
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dog boarding

  • Complete, home-like care
  • Exercise and playtime
  • Clean and comfy suites
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Opportunity Barks is a state-of-the-art dog training, dog daycare, and dog boarding facility serving Pleasant Hill, Eugene, Springfield, Dexter, Jasper, Fall Creek, Creswell, Cottage Grove, and surrounding areas. We have two acres of countryside where your dog can come and learn great manners, go to daycare with friends, or have a little vacation while you travel.our services

Class Graduates

Congratulations to our recent graduates!!

Basic Manners:  Ruby with Beate & Larry Peterson and Riley with Carmaleta Aufderheide.
Puppy Manners:  Tesla with Cindy Myers and Apollo with Anita, Todd & Camden Miles.

Good teamwork everyone!

Group Classes
Puppy Start Right Preschool – Runs every Saturday at 9:00 am.
Puppy Manners – Start date: Saturday, March 14 at 10:15 am.

See Training Classes page for details and registration.


Online booking is now available for boarding reservations and training classes! Just head on over to either the Services, Boarding, or Training Classes page, and click on the “Book Online” button to get started. You can also use the “Book Now” button located on our Facebook page. We hope this will streamline the appointment booking process and make it more convenient all around.

The Rainbow Bridge

One of the hardest things we ever have to do is say goodbye, and recently we had to say farewell to a truly remarkable dog. Annie Medary-Matthews crossed the bridge last week shortly after her 15th birthday. She and her brother Barnes (who sadly passed away just a few months ago) began boarding with us back in 2010, so we were lucky enough to have the opportunity to know them quite well.

The last few times Annie stayed with us, she, on the surface, seemed like a frail old woman, slowly shuffling along and preferring to spend her time cuddled up in a big blanket away from the chaos of the younger ruffians. But we learned very quickly that was mostly just a front, as she would run (and I mean run!) to anyone who she suspected had even a morsel of food. When all the other dogs were outside, we would let her loose around the front of the building, giving her free reign to explore and romp –which she and her tiny little legs did with great gusto, jumping up on people and zooming around all over the place. We can all learn a lesson from this little firecracker that getting older does not mean you have to forfeit your moxie!

Her insatiable curiosity and boundless tenacity were such a joy to witness, and, since she had been a frequent guest for so many years, she leaves a long legacy behind as every staff member had the pleasure to know her. Annie was a singular soul who refused to let the passage of time compromise her vitality, and she will be greatly missed.