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If you're looking at this message, you are probably already hooked on Doodles--or know someone who is.-Meet others committed to DWD* At our meetups you may discover neighborhood playmates and even littermates or half sister s and brothers! We started this meetup in 2006, we represent over 1500 doodles of all ages, shapes, sizes & colors. In size, growth and participation, we are the largest #1 doodle meetup group in the country and proud of it! If you're thinking of a doodle addition to your family, come join us & tap into the wealth of information, experience & enthusiasm our members possess and are desperate to share! It's wise to only bring your fully vaccinated doodle, over 6 months of age.It's much safer for an older puppy as they have better social skills in place to support the exhuberant play of the doodle. As the weather warms there will be opportunities for group participation and support for local non-profit events & fundraisers, such as: -PAWS (Progressive Animal Welfare Society) -COLA (Citizens for Off-Leash Areas) -The Humane Society and Reading With Rover! Join our group & tell us about you & your Doodle!! *DWD Doodle World Domination

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Seattle Labradoodle & Goldendoodle Doodle Romps Monthly Meetup

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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.

Seattle Labradoodle & Goldendoodle Doodle Romps Monthly Meetup

Location visible to members

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.

Seattle Labradoodle & Goldendoodle Doodle Romps Monthly Meetup

Location visible to members

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.

Seattle Labradoodle & Goldendoodle Doodle Romps Monthly Meetup

Location visible to members

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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