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Golden Retrievers to meet for mass playdate this summer

Golden Retrievers to meet for mass playdate this summer

There's set to be more than 100 adorable dogs at the event

Dog lovers listen up - because someone has arranged a huge golden retriever meet-up for later this year and, honestly, it sounds like Heaven.

More than 130 adorable golden retrievers are expected to be heading along to the huge puppy playdate.

Organiser Dee Johnson, who happens to be the proud owner of six golden retrievers, said 131 dogs turned up to the last meet-up and she’s expecting more next time. How incredible does this sound?

Dee, who runs the Cornwall & Devon Golden Retrievers Facebook group, regularly puts on meet-ups in parks, woods and beaches.

The playdate, which will take place at Charwell Adventure Park near Callington on June 25, will see dozens of goldies - and their accompanying humans - meet up between 11am to 2pm to play, get to know each other and make the most of the park. It’s all too cute.

Dee has even arranged for a food van so people can grab a bite to eat and is on the hunt for a mobile coffee van to provide hot drinks on the day, too.

Facebook/Dee Johnson

Talking about her love of golden retrievers, Dee says: "Mine and my husband's six goldies (which are six generations of girls) are like our children. We have seven adult children too, but they have all flown the nest several years ago. We also have nine grandchildren.

"From experience, it takes a certain type of person to own a golden retriever. They are usually very warm, kind, caring and friendly. The best of my friends are goldie owners."

The event will cost £5 per dog to help cover the costs, while any profit made will be donated to Irish Retriever Rescue (IRR), a non-profit organisation that rehomes golden retrievers, who are abandoned, unwanted or in need of a new home.

The mammoth playdate takes place later this year.

This will be the fourth meet up at the location, with past events being attended by more than 100 good boys and girls.

Earlier this year, the appropriately named town of Golden in Colorado in the US, welcomed more than 1,000 golden retrievers.

The annual event - dubbed Goldens in Golden - sees hundreds of adorable golden retrievers head into the small town to celebrate the breed.

Visit Golden spokesperson Megan Pinson told 9News Denver: "Golden retrievers and Golden, Colorado really complement one another.

"Goldens love our hiking trails and walking paths and enjoy socialising in our dog-friendly beer gardens and patios."

Featured Image Credit: All Canada Photos/Alamy/Dee Johnson

Topics: Animals, Dog