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Seattle Labradoodle & Goldendoodle Doodle Romps Monthly Meetup

  • May 11, 2013 · 11:00 AM
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Meetup begins at 11:00 AM in Magnuson Park, in the area behind the small dog enclosure. When entering through the main entrance, walk across the bridge and turn right. We often go down to the water after playing on the field--especially if it is a hot day. Due to other obligations (or just sleeping in), the 11:00 AM group may be quite small. Please don't despair--We generally have 18-35 dogs over the course of the next hour and a half--just not all at once. If you arrive a little late and we're not on the field, we're probably down by the water. To get there, go back past the bridge (don't cross it) and follow the trail for about 1/2 mile down to the water.

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  • amy

    this will be our first romp so I'm excited about meeting everyone and seeing all the beautiful doodles. :)

    1 · May 10, 2013

  • Tina M.

    Ollie is excited ;-)

    May 6, 2013

  • Clara

    Thanks Becky - I hear you and understand what you said. I'll keep socializing her in classes and with our neighbors' dogs and wait until she is a little older. She was in Puppy Boot Camp for 3 weeks and is starting Puppy Manners this Saturday.

    May 3, 2013

  • Becky

    Wanted to share my thought here with everyone. Bringing a golden retriever to the dog park is not a problem, like someone said he is half doodle after all! ;) But, considering you have a puppy that is just 4 months old and needs to socialize outside the golden it's important to go out with the puppy and leave the older dog at home so the puppy can develop social skills outside of the older dog. My biggest concern is that the puppy is just 4 months old and too young for a dog park. It's recommended that puppies do not go to a dog park until they are 6 months old and fully vaccinated. The risk of injury is greater with a puppy. I would for now let him play with nice neighbor dogs and look for play groups that are in controlled settings like puppy classes. Puppies can often get rolled by bigger dogs, much like putting a 4yr. old on a football field to play with teens, even in play they could easily get injured. Becky Bishop
    Dog Trainer

    May 3, 2013

  • Clara

    We have a 4 months mini-doodle and a 5 year old golden retriever. Would it be ok to take our golden to the meetup or shall we leave him at home?

    April 30, 2013

    • Cynthia

      Yes - he is half-doodle after all :-)

      May 3, 2013

  • Casper

    Clara, sorry I replied for the WRONG meet-up....thought you were talking about this Sunday's Bark for Life walk....I can't answer your question - but I would assume it is OK since the meet up is at a "dog park"....Thanks. and SORRY for not doing a good job of reading the message. Thanks.

    May 2, 2013

  • Casper

    It is a "bark for life" walk...and if your golden barks then bring him.! SMILE!!!

    May 2, 2013

  • Jesse

    Its been way too long since Bixby has romped with other Doodles - can't wait for this one!!!

    April 30, 2013

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    + 2 doods

    January 25, 2013

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