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Old 10-08-2015, 08:49 PM   #1071
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I'm just guessing but the first picture looks like at Kring Point on the St. Lawrence River.
Good guess! Kring Point taken about 3 weeks ago. Second picture also.
3rd picture was at Limekiln in Inlet, NY taken in July.
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Old 10-08-2015, 09:20 PM   #1072
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Good guess! Kring Point taken about 3 weeks ago. Second picture also.
3rd picture was at Limekiln in Inlet, NY taken in July.
Beautiful photos! Can I make a suggestion? Please put harnesses on your bostons if you have them on a tie-out. They are very susceptible to choking and collapsed trachea.
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Old 10-09-2015, 03:37 PM   #1073
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Old 10-09-2015, 05:01 PM   #1074
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Beautiful photos! Can I make a suggestion? Please put harnesses on your bostons if you have them on a tie-out. They are very susceptible to choking and collapsed trachea.
If you care to look closer at the second photo the Boston on the right is wearing a harness. We hadn't put the harness on the other one yet when the photo was taken and we were on the scene. We have had Bostons for years and haven't choked one yet.
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Hi, I am wondering how you handle the litter box for your cat with your dog when you travel with both. We have two cats and a basset hound. And the dog likes looking for little cat "candy treats". Thank you for some tips
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Old 10-19-2015, 03:41 PM   #1078
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Hi, I am wondering how you handle the litter box for your cat with your dog when you travel with both. We have two cats and a basset hound. And the dog likes looking for little cat "candy treats". Thank you for some tips
Is a non issue .... when we leave the trailer dog is in her kennel and when we are at the site she is outside with us. Litter box is right where I step out of bed (lucky me ...glad she is a small cat) and in an awkward spot for the dog to get to when we are all inside together.

Worse case scenario ... think of it as predigested food (and use an antibacterial drinking water additive! Happy travels
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Hi, I am wondering how you handle the litter box for your cat with your dog when you travel with both. We have two cats and a basset hound. And the dog likes looking for little cat "candy treats". Thank you for some tips
Looks like you have a fifth wheel? Some of my friends with cats put a opening in the steps to the bedroom so the cat can go potty in the (basement) of the unit. Keep the basement doors closed but it makes it much nicer to clean the litter and keep the smells out.
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If you care to look closer at the second photo the Boston on the right is wearing a harness. We hadn't put the harness on the other one yet when the photo was taken and we were on the scene. We have had Bostons for years and haven't choked one yet.
I didn't mean to make you angry, just lots of folks out there that don't know about the choking.
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