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Old 02-12-2016, 08:56 AM   #121
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I love dogs,,, I just know there are some places that they can not go,,,
I guess it is best to train them when they are young,,, that it is ok for them from time to time to be alone !!! Many animals,,, like people need some alone time !!!
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Old 02-12-2016, 09:10 AM   #122
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I love dogs,,, I just know there are some places that they can not go,,,
I guess it is best to train them when they are young,,, that it is ok for them from time to time to be alone !!! Many animals,,, like people need some alone time !!!
Agreed! Training is essential and must start early!
But when we go camping, we take ours with us. We plan our vacations that way. If others want to leave theirs safely behind, then that's fine with me, I don't lose a second of thought over it.
Its our vacation and having them with us is what we enjoy.
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Old 02-12-2016, 09:47 AM   #123
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We take both of our dogs with us wherever we go. When we go out fishing or go out to eat we just close the blinds and turn the radio on for them and you would never know that there was two dogs in the camper. We have never had anybody complain to us that they were barking while we were gone.
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Old 02-12-2016, 10:03 AM   #124
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We take both of our dogs with us wherever we go. When we go out fishing or go out to eat we just close the blinds and turn the radio on for them and you would never know that there was two dogs in the camper. We have never had anybody complain to us that they were barking while we were gone.
Sounds like you have a pair of very good,,, well trained Dogs !!!
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Old 02-12-2016, 12:22 PM   #125
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We have a Mini-Pekingese and I will not ever leave her in the car/truck when we travel or are 'in-town' when we stop at any place. We have a carry bag for her (which looks like a large purse with screening) and I will carry her through any place that the wife and I want to go. She never barks or makes any noises in her 'bag'. I would never forgive myself if something happened to the 'little girl' if we left her in the truck. If the wife and I feel that there are certain places that the 'little girl' absolutely should not go, then the wife and I will not go there. Once at a campground we will leave the 'little girl' if we feel that it is safe for her, if not, then she goes with us.
If you feel there are places she shouldn't go? What about places that say no dogs allowed. Like a grocery store? You take her in anyway?
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Old 02-12-2016, 01:34 PM   #126
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Years ago we had a chihuahua that fit in my hand. I won a stay at a luxurious hotel in Chicago. We had to take her with us so I put her in my inside sport coat pocket. The ride up in the elevator with the bellman driving was hysterical. I continually made throat clearing sounds as our Tia Maria growled away. Bellman never new.
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Old 02-12-2016, 01:55 PM   #127
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Old 02-12-2016, 02:01 PM   #128
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Taking dogs camping.

I have to wonder what people that say they take there dogs every where do when they are home,,, and have to go shopping ??? They must have to leave the dogs @ home @ some point ??? You can't take dogs everywhere !!! Can you ??? And you can't leave them in a HOT car !!!

There are people who leaves their dogs in hot cars, but there is a lot of people who leave kids in hot cars as well. Here in S.Texas people leaving kids/pets in cars is a common occurrence. I would not have any hesitation what so ever of breaking the window out if I see they are in distress. I would call 911 first and wait, but I won't let them suffer either. Unfortunately the police don't respond very quickly for dogs as they do for children. When traveling, if I will leave my dog in trailer unless we are going someplace pets are not welcome. Otherwise she goes with us and rides in the back of the truck. It we do have to stop some place, we put her in her crate and open the side windows and the back of our topper so she has plenty of air. I also leave plenty of water for her. She does not bark in the trailer either unless provoked. We close the shaded so she cannot see out.
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Here I can legally break a vehicle window and rescue any animal, or child, I believe is in distress. I'll be calling 911 to document my actions, and to get some jerk a good ticket, but I don't have to wait for a LEO or Animal Control to arrive to act.
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Here I can legally break a vehicle window and rescue any animal, or child, I believe is in distress. I'll be calling 911 to document my actions, and to get some jerk a good ticket, but I don't have to wait for a LEO or Animal Control to arrive to act.
Not in all states.................. Here you would probably go to jail and not get to pass go..........
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