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Old 12-01-2014, 07:38 PM   #1
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Left the door open when I was checking lights in the camper tonight....Guess she is ready to go!
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Lovely couch pillow. Ours is an American Bulldog. Have problems getting into parks with your Shepard? I know some won't let us in with our bulldog.


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Old 12-01-2014, 08:14 PM   #3
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Sounds like something my dog would pull. From the moment we adopted him a year ago, he has claimed our old tt and now fiver as his.
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Oh yeah! They do takeover. Bought our 5er because we didn't have enough room in the TT. New 5er has bunkhouse and extra half bath. Dog gets the bottom bunk and DH gets the half bath. Lol


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Yep. Smart buggers, aren't they??
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Old 12-01-2014, 08:19 PM   #6
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No not yet, but I'm sure there will be some that will discriminate! Especially since we travel with the three in my profile pic! And as I'm sure you know bad behavior is more the fault of the owner than the breed and we all have to deal with the ones that ruin it for us all!
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Oh yeah! They do takeover. Bought our 5er because we didn't have enough room in the TT. New 5er has bunkhouse and extra half bath. Dog gets the bottom bunk and DH gets the half bath. Lol


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No not yet, but I'm sure there will be some that will discriminate! Especially since we travel with the three in my profile pic! And as I'm sure you know bad behavior is more the fault of the owner than the breed and we all have to deal with the ones that ruin it for us all!

Amen to that. Since we got our girl we've had to give up several campgrounds. Mostly in Florida - a lot of their campgrounds insurance don't cover our breeds. Shame really.


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They sure take over our life!
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Amen to that. Since we got our girl we've had to give up several campgrounds. Mostly in Florida - a lot of their campgrounds insurance don't cover our breeds. Shame really.


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