I hear you, lucky for us most of the dogs at our park are big dogs, currently bigger then our puppies. There is 1 older male shepherd that is vocal but he does well with the other dogs, I can see what you mean though. When he does get vocal everyone watches more but we do have a good group of people who understand dogs are dogs... If the puppies got to the point where they just didn't want to be around other dogs, we would stop taking them. We hope to not have that happen though.No hate from me, I just know that my big pointy eared shepherd is going to be blamed for anything that happens where they are involved. People don't pay attention or can't read dog signals and fights happen. My dogs are able to co-exist with other dogs. They can ignore them in public, which is what I want. They can play in a small get group, which is what I want. Blackthorn just had a party a few weeks ago with some of her puppy buyers. I think there were at least 30 dogs there including my three. Not a single fight.
I know my male can be considered too much for some people and their dogs, so I don't put him in that situation. My shiba and female GSD are much more fluid with their energy and don't come off as intense. I took them to the park in the past, but I can fulfil their desire for fun on my own. It's better for my relationship with them. Different strokes for different folks, I say.