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Old 01-12-2015, 09:16 AM   #121
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A product to keep your dog quiet

We bought a product for our house and now have it in our RV and it works. It is inexpensive ($20ish) and from Chewy.com.

It emits a noise that only the dogs can hear when they bark. A red light goes on so you know it made the noise. It has helped at home during times we want them quiet.

Here it is http://www.chewy.com/dog/petsafe-ult...2:signhavefun:
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Old 01-12-2015, 09:44 AM   #122
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We bought a product for our house and now have it in our RV and it works. It is inexpensive ($20ish) and from Chewy.com.

It emits a noise that only the dogs can hear when they bark. A red light goes on so you know it made the noise. It has helped at home during times we want them quiet.

Here it is http://www.chewy.com/dog/petsafe-ult...2:signhavefun:
Your link didn't work. Is this the device you were referring to?
PetSafe Ultrasonic Indoor Bark Control
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Old 01-12-2015, 10:21 AM   #123
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Yes that's it.Sorry for the bad link!
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Old 01-12-2015, 11:43 AM   #124
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Hmmm. Where would you camp where you could take your pet everywhere you go? Most beaches won't allow pets...you can't take pets to church...you can't take them out to dinner...can't take them shopping.
We've been RV'ers for only a year but have never had a park tell us we couldn't go out without the dog. We're always back to the unit early enough that if our border collie would bark it wouldn't be an issue.
Again, we don't go if the kids don't go.

We just spent a week at Myrtle Beach and had Zero incidences and even took them to Tangers Mall which is very pet friendly and they were the hit with everyone. Walked the boardwalk, had coffee in one at of the cafes with outdoor seating and walked the beach everyday. (Winter time no beach restriction-summer time no pets 10 am to 5 pm)

More and more places are becoming pet friendly. and as I mentioned I have no issues with anyone that wants to leave their pet in their RV as long as it is done safely.
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Dog Talk 101: Facts About the Dangers of Dog Poop

Why you should never let your dog poop where people may walk barefoot.
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Old 01-12-2015, 03:15 PM   #126
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You can't always dictate where your dog poo's. I have been embarrassed several time as I walk the dogs and they will just stop and poo. The correct thing to do is pick it up. Most campers are good at this but could be better.
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Phil57...thanks 😇
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