Memberships

Coming Soon! 

To make our facility as worry-free and safe as possible, all dogs must be over 4 months old, have their vaccinations and be spayed or neutered. A membership or day pass for your pup (humans do not need a membership) contract will be required. With this membership, the human (dog parent) will accept all liability for their pup, as well as confirm that their pup follows all guidelines. The membership dollars go directly back into the park to help keep it safe, clean and pristine.

A limited amount of discounted memberships as a presale will be available soon! If you buy one of these presale memberships, your membership period won't begin to run until our permanent location opens.

Once we have our permanent location in place, you will be able to purchase day, monthly, yearly and punch card passes.

HUMANS DO NOT NEED MEMBERSHIPS! ALSO, IF YOU AREN'T A DOG PARENT, YOU ARE STILL WELCOME AT OMAHA DOG BAR! 

 
 

Requirements

  • Dog(s) over 1 years old must be spayed or neutered. No dogs in heat.

  • Puppies must be older than 4 months and current on puppy vaccinations.

  • Dog(s) must be current on vaccinations including Distemper, Rabies and Bordatella and on flea/tick preventatives.

  • Dog(s) must be social and get along with other dogs.

  • Dog(s) must not have a repeated history of aggression with people or dogs.

  • Dog(s) are in good health with no injuries or parasites.

House Rules

  • Dog(s) must have a membership or day pass. Owners are responsible for their dog’s behavior.

  • Dog(s) in the park must wear a collar displaying current tags with name and contact info.

  • Respect your Omaha Dog Bar Bark Rangers. If asked to separate your dog, please leash your dog and remove quickly.

  • Bark Rangers may separate dogs or redirect them to more suitable play.

  • Kindly clean up after your dog. Bags and receptacles will be provided.

  • All dogs in the park must be accompanied by an owner/handler at all times. If you need to leave the bar or park for any reason, take your dog with you on leash or ask a Bark Ranger for help.