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Old 09-10-2010, 02:22 PM   #11
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Thanks for the responses. I totally agree with comments made about not leaving your pets unattended and to also keep the pets in a shady space. We did purchase two of the wire fences and use them together to make a larger area. It's fairly easy to shift about to keep in the shade. We purchased a thick padded mat for comfort and also put their beds inside. We only use it when we are outside as that is the purpose so that we don't have to leave them in the camper when we are enjoying the campsite. They definitely prefer being it it rather than crying at the door to come outside with us. We love them and so do Chloe & Chance.
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Old 09-10-2010, 02:29 PM   #12
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Thanks for the responses. I totally agree with comments made about not leaving your pets unattended and to also keep the pets in a shady space. We did purchase two of the 48" tall wire fences and use them together to make a larger area. It's fairly easy to shift about to keep in the shade. We purchased a thick padded mat for comfort and also put their beds inside. We only use it when we are outside as that is the purpose so that we don't have to leave them in the camper when we are enjoying the campsite. They definitely prefer being it it rather than crying at the door to come outside with us. We love them and so do Chloe & Chance.
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Old 09-15-2010, 06:14 PM   #13
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our friends use a Pet Fence and they have no isssue's

We either keep our Dogs on a leash with us or tied out when we are outside, When we go in the TT we take them inside so they are not alone and do not bark non stop!

We have two Jack Russell's (have you ever seen a smart squirrel on crack, that is the only thing I think you can possibly compare a Jack Russell to) Full of energy and very smart dog's. We do not have the pet fence, have you ever seen a jack Russell Jump?

yes we have one and the gf's dad has 4 of them. lucky for us ours is very calm and very nice. jumping he does not, barking on occasion and not a trouble maker. he does however get tangled on long leashes in the yard..
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Old 09-15-2010, 08:13 PM   #14
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We have two set for our dog. They are very handy to have. The dog can run around without getting a leash tangled. The campground that we are staying at has three other campers with dog pen. They also come in handy for making a fence when other campers keep cutting through your site without asking. Where have camping manners gone?
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Old 05-19-2011, 10:48 AM   #15
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Our pugs.

I agree with you about the Pet rules. We adhere to them and would never leave our pugs unattended. I don't much care for the noise of barking dogs either. It's very annoying. Sometimes though, they are just asking us for something. They are our family though, and we wouldn't go anywhere without them.
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All of the campground rules and regulations, that I've visited, state: All pets must be kept on a leash.


The thing I CAN NOT stand is, someone will place their pets(dogs mostly) in the fenced area. Then, the owners will go inside their RV or leave the area for a moment, then the dog(s) start barking or whining.

I DID NOT COME CAMPING TO HEAR DOGS BARKING.

Please, if you must use a fence to retain your pet; and the campground allows it, please;PLEASE think of the others out here trying to relax.
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Old 05-21-2011, 11:42 AM   #16
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My dog is a rescue mix that for the life of me can't figure out why he was dumped had him four months and only put him on the leash for.bathroom walks. Never barks or distracted and never leaves my side. I got lucky. Too bad all don'tcome that way
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Old 05-31-2011, 05:53 PM   #17
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Dog fence

We have the portable exercise pens and you can also buy tops that attach over them (same material) to confine larger dogs.
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Old 06-01-2011, 09:22 AM   #18
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Try this site for all your pet needs. It is located in Dothan, Al. I use the excersise pens for my dogs camping and at dog shows. They are very easy to set up and use. They come in different heights and can be covered with a shade cloth to contain a dog and provide shade. Gold Exercise Pens
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We use this outside the RV (and sometimes inside ) depending on behavior.
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we have 3 small dogs and use a corkscrew stake with retractable leashes, works well. we always make sure that they stay on our site.
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