Originally Posted by Stormrider151
Yes it could very well be the dog. I saw a video on YouTube awhile back about this very thing. A young lady full timer was having the exact same issue. And it turned out to be the dog passing gas. If it were my dog it would probably melt the detector. I have GOT to change his food.
Seriously? Can a dog laying in front of detector passing gas really set them off?
In our previous trailer we had ours go off once. Ruled out propane. Nothing from a compressed can being being sprayed. Reset the detector. Never went off again, nor did we ever figure out what caused it to go off in the first place. If this is true, I may have 2-3 years later found out my answer! It was hubby...I mean the dog!