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Old 08-03-2020, 04:35 PM   #1
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Default Getting pups to shore - ideas? 3300 scr

I have two Labradoodles and would love to anchor somewhere in the lake. How do you guys get your dogs to shore to potty? If it is in the middle of the night I don't want them soaking wet because they sleep with us. I used to be able to beach my pontoon but I sold it and I am getting a 2001 Maxum 3300 scr this week. Do I have to drag a dinghy around? One dog is 3 and 50lbs and the other is older at 11 and 55lbs with some arteritis. Any ideas?

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My dog is trained to use the swim deck if we are in a situation where it's not convenient to get her ashore.

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Do I have to drag a dinghy around?
Yes. The answer is dinghy. You don't need to drag it. I tip mine up on the swim platform and lash it. There are many dinghy davit systems out there. I don't have dogs, and still couldn't live without a dinghy. It is our 'car' when where anchored out. Otherwise, we'd have no way of getting ice, food, beer, water, go to the beach, travel around (dinghy rides) and visit friends.
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