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Old 06-02-2010, 10:00 PM   #11
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yeh, we have to travel with our 4-legged babies, 3 shih-tsu's & 1 cocker spaniel we will have to check-out this place four paws kingdom I believe they would enjoy it about as much (or more) than we will . . . see 'ya soon

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Old 06-04-2010, 08:55 AM   #12
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Thanks for all the advice. We haven't bought a motorhome yet, but are getting closer to doing something. The dogs are certainly a consideration - smaller dogs would be easier, but they are large and I can't change that!
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Old 06-05-2010, 08:05 AM   #13
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We have camped with our three (2 corgis,1 Border Collie), thye love to go with us and we upgraded to a larger camper for when all three travel. Am looking for ideas to put up a containment area attached to the travel trailer. We have used a series of X-pens around our Burro 13 FG camper but they are heavy to transport. Now that we purchased a Palomino G210 we are looking for lighterweight barriers/fencing to make a dog courtyard as we exit the camper. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Old 06-05-2010, 06:30 PM   #14
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Bring extra dog food.... either you or the dog will kick it or trip on it, spilling the contents...usually with the water so it gets wet.

If you have a screen door DO NOT LEAVE YOUR DOG INSIDE WITH JUST THE SCREEN DOOR CLOSED... We learned that the hard way. Our 70 pound bulldog/boxer mix decided she wanted to come outside...now! She pushed right thru the screen. lol
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Bring extra dog food.... either you or the dog will kick it or trip on it, spilling the contents...usually with the water so it gets wet.

If you have a screen door DO NOT LEAVE YOUR DOG INSIDE WITH JUST THE SCREEN DOOR CLOSED... We learned that the hard way. Our 70 pound bulldog/boxer mix decided she wanted to come outside...now! She pushed right thru the screen. lol
It works both ways. We have one that used to try and jump inside and would hit the screen and bounce off like a trampouline.
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