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Old 03-18-2009, 01:03 PM   #1
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I've noticed it's Kinda quiet in the forums this time of year. so heres a starter topic. Heres my hound!! This will be his first year camping (ours too), any tips??
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Old 03-18-2009, 05:24 PM   #2
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Teach him how to fish!
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Old 03-18-2009, 05:41 PM   #3
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Old 03-18-2009, 08:26 PM   #4
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Somebody threw Dottie out of the puppy mill and she wandered up in our yard. She's poorly bred and has health problems but her sweet disposition has endeared her to all of us, so she will be spending her retirement years at our house.

Because of her health problems and overall goofiness, plus the fact that riding in a vehicle truly frightens her, Dottie holds down the fort while we go camping.
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Old 03-18-2009, 09:47 PM   #5
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treats, doggie brush, pooper scooper,
more treats, umbrella (our rottie does not like to get wet).
dog pillows, treats, adams flea mist as a second barrier for fleas and ticks when taking those long walks.

peanut was dropped of here last year and we just had to keep him, rotten and spoiled, he and dallas (rottie) are conspirers
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I've noticed it's Kinda quiet in the forums this time of year. so heres a starter topic. Heres my hound!! This will be his first year camping (ours too), any tips??
Walkerdog, since you asked for tips, here's a couple... We put a cup hook into the wall just inside the door of our rig, we hang a hand towel on it to use to wipe down the dogs paws before they track the outdoors in.

For poop bags we usually just buy sandwich bags and keep the box at the door as well. Although for your dog a normal sandwich bag might be too small.

PJ73USAF: Good God I thought our Bichon was bad for bringing in the outdoors but that dog looks like a debris magnate! What is he? (or she)

Here is our two, Max the Bichon and Lily the killer weiner:
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Sango pointed out to us the little sick bird in the back yard that he is looking at in the second photo. Sadly, the bird didn't make it through the next nite.
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My girls! Sammy (left) is my black lab/springer spaniel mix female, and Molly is black lab/blue heeler mix. Hopefully they will be this well-behaved at the new campground we are putting our travel trailer on. They are very good girls!

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Old 03-22-2009, 05:05 PM   #10
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Here's my buddy Socks that I found in the woods 4 years ago. Somebody dumped him near our hunting property. He loves to ride and has fairly good manners in the parks.
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