September 22, 2020 - The Bryan County Bark Park has received a $15,000 donation from T-Mobile to fund a brand-new expert agility course.

The nine-piece agility course will offer fun activities suitable for the family pet as well as the champion agility dog. The set includes a rover jump over, doggie crawl, dog walk, hoop jump, stepping paws, teeter totter, King of the Hill, weave posts and grooming table.

“We can’t thank T-Mobile enough for this generous donation which will allow us to provide such an awesome amenity for the community to enjoy at the Bark Park,” said Bryan County Bark Park Board of Directors President Wendy Bolton. “Our goal is to have this new agility course installed and ready for use by early November.” 

“Making a positive impact in communities everywhere is in T-Mobile’s DNA,” said Holly Ramos, T-Mobile Market Director for South Georgia. “It’s our mission to create positive change in the communities where our customers live, work and play and that’s why we’re excited to help support the Bryan County community, including all of our favorite furry, four-legged residents, with the addition of the new Bark Park agility course.”

The Bryan County Bark Park is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides a safe, well-maintained and clean environment for dog owners and their furry friends to play and run free. The park, located at 15849 GA Highway 144 in Richmond Hill, GA is open 24/7 and is free to all members of the public. To learn more about the Bryan County Bark Park, visit

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