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Happy Waggin’ is what is happening at Platinum Goldies!

Miss. Hanna is one of our beautiful F1 goldendoodles. She is a medium sized girl that will be around 40-45 lbs full grown.

She has a wonderful personality and has a lot of offer to a family looking to add a goldendoodle to their tribe.

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e sure to take your dog’s temperament into consideration and don’t assume s/he’s having a good time – watch your dog’s demeanor and make an informed judgment about how happy s/he is to be there.  Some dogs will have no desire to play, yet will love to sniff all the bushes and trees; other dogs will be thrilled to race another dog from one end of the park to the other.  Both of these dogs can benefit from the dog park – they just enjoy it in different ways.

If you take the time to be an informed dog owner, you will be able to judge for yourself if the situation you and your dog are in is a good situation – so, have fun at the dog park and get yourself a pooper scooper! 

If you take the time to be an informed dog owner, you will be able to judge for yourself if the situation you and your dog are in is a good situation – so, have fun at the dog park and get yourself a pooper scooper!

Don’t

ever bring a dog that is under 4 months of age

take sensitive dogs to an enclosed dog park where there are more than 2 dogs per every 20 square yards of space

take your dog to a dog park if s/he is uncomfortable —  take your dog to a place that s/he enjoys

bring or use treats and toys when other dogs are nearby

allow dogs to form loose packs

allow a dog to bully another

ever let your dog off-leash in an un-fenced dog park if he/she is not responsive to your verbal commands

worry if some dogs don’t play with other dogs in a dog park

bring intact males or females in estrus to a dog park

Do

consult your veterinarian about your dog’s overall health before going to a dog park

make sure your dog is up-to-date on his/her vaccinations

observe the dogs in the dog park to see if there are any potential health or behavior problems

clean up after your dog

supervise dogs when they are playing and interrupt any rough play

be willing to leave a dog park if you feel that your dog is either being a bully, the play is getting too rough or your dog is just not having fun

check to be sure there aren’t a large number of intact males at the park

make sure your young dog is not being bullied or learning bad manners from the other dogs

be cautious about taking advice from other park patrons who are not dog professionals

check to see if there is a knowledgeable human on staff to supervise the park – most parks will not have this, but if there is someone, it is a bonus