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Old 08-05-2016, 11:57 AM   #31
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We have a big German Shepherd (only one now, lost his brother last year). We also have a large camper, 38'. There's plenty of room for us and the dog. Sometimes he camps with us, sometimes he stays home with my son. We are seasonal at our campground in Rhode Island, very close to the beach. Our campground's position is that "Dogs are campers too". The office has dog treats and there are two dedicated dog parks. One for large dogs, one for small dogs. Well behaved dogs on leashes are always welcome here.

The only challenge is the beach. During peak season (Memorial Day to Labor Day) the beaches are crowded and the life guards very strict. Some beaches ban dogs altogether. But after labor day, or before memorial day, no one bothers us. The pups loved the beach! Although they weren't too find of the crab that pinched one of their noses!
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Old 08-05-2016, 12:47 PM   #32
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Traveling DOGS

We MOST always take our dogs. When at places like Glazier N.P. we used a KOA campground that we planned ahead of time to have help them walk the dogs twice daily and respond should there be a power issue where AC may shut down. Worked out great and they loved the dogs.

CAMPER - our first used travel trailer had NO slides. Floor space was a issue. Second TT had large slide worked great. Current Class C has large slide but a little less floor space (in Photo) but works good. Dogs sleep on each side of bed at night.

Our dogs love going and are excited for days when the see us prepping the class C for a trip. All will adjust, but I know the older dog is more sensitive to the Class C noises and less vision out of windows than when he road in Crew Cab Truck.
Because OF SWIMMING we tend to camp 85% if there is a lake/river to swim in for the dogs. SPOILED

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Old 08-21-2016, 09:29 PM   #33
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Our dog travels with us. She stays in the trailer while we go exploring. Camp ground is informed we have a dog and most places will keep a key for emergencies. When you make your reservations call ahead and ask. Some might charge a small fee. I mostly stay at KOAs - they have dog parks. No matter where you go take your doggie bags.

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