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Old 05-18-2016, 04:01 PM   #41
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I don't care what type of dog it is, if you can't control it so as not to ruin other campers' experiences, don't bring it or don't camp.

Same with unruly kids. It's really simple...I pay for my site too so you don't get a pass for disturbing me because you can't control your kids or dogs. (I have both by the way.)

If more campground owners would kick offenders out it would be a better world. Flame away, but if you are disturbing others, YOU are at fault.
I agree 100%! If you have barking dogs or unruly children, stay out of campgrounds PERIOD!
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Old 05-18-2016, 04:13 PM   #42
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why not rescue? Is it because it is easier for you to train a breeder dog ? I prefer to own rescue dogs when the only other option is to kill them . You meet the dogs first, evaluate, and accept that they are going to require time. Until they are trained, you don't take them camping ! Our rescue has no issues camping, our highly bred Plott Hound, on the other hand stays home.
Personally I do not have a problem with rescue dogs, I have a problem with some rescues (actually many). We have rescued most of our dogs over the years............ usually from people that took in a rescue dog

But to a couple of rescues we are terrible people........... to one, since we did not take into our house the neighbors feral cats and the deer that go across our property and have them all fixed we were deemed unfit with two crying boys that did not understand why they couldn't adopt the lab they fell in love with........ Sorry for the rant but I have a dislike of most rescues but not the animals.
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I agree 100%! If you have barking dogs or unruly children, stay out of campgrounds PERIOD!
And DAMMIT....GET OFF MY LAWN!
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And DAMMIT....GET OFF MY LAWN!
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I guess that I should not bring my pet cow over to visit ...........

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I guess that I should not bring my pet cow over to visit ...........

Ok if you clean up after it and leave at least a gallon of fresh milk.
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What does Cesar Milan say, "He trains people and rehabilitates dogs"
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I gave it to a farmer and he ended up shooting it.
NO! Don't tell me that! My parents always used to tell us when we were little that they took our dog to a nice farm where they would be happy.

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Loud horrible dogs should not be brought to a campground period. If an owner can't control a dog, they should leave it home. I will gladly eliminate the mutt if it is uncontrollable.
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As a previous dog trainer for many years, remember that a dog is an extension of your family and should be trained to respect your values the same as you tried to instill your values in your children.
If you do not respect your neighbours, your dog ( and your children ) will follow your lead.
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