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susseandchris
post Jun 24 2013, 01:37 PM
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Hi, Everyone, this is my first post, but, having read the lengthy discussions and debates about dogs and rv camping, I want to ask you the following:
Knowing that many campers do not wish to hear barking dogs in other campsites, and recognizing that most campgrounds forbid campers from leaving their dog unattended, is there ever an occasion when you dog owners want to go out for dinner at a local restaurant and you have found a way to leave your dog with others while away? We want to bring our dog on our next trip and we intend to follow all the rules with him. It just might be nice every week or so to take part of an evening at a restaurant in a local town. Any advice?
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post Jul 20 2013, 03:57 PM
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We've monitored our dog when she's been left alone in the coach via webcam, both live and motion/sound activated recording, as well as asking neighbors to call us if she causes any problems. Other than an occasional woof at a loud noise, she mostly just sleeps and gets an occasional drink of water. The only time she's been any more active than that was years ago when a young kid kept running over and banging on the side of our coach to get her to bark. A neighbor had the park manager speak to the child's mother, and that ended that. Now she's 13 years old, and her hearing has gotten pretty bad, so it takes a lot to even get a woof out of her.


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post Jul 26 2013, 09:50 PM
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We've monitored our dog when she's been left alone in the coach via webcam, both live and motion/sound activated recording, as well as asking neighbors to call us if she causes any problems. Other than an occasional woof at a loud noise, she mostly just sleeps and gets an occasional drink of water. The only time she's been any more active than that was years ago when a young kid kept running over and banging on the side of our coach to get her to bark. A neighbor had the park manager speak to the child's mother, and that ended that. Now she's 13 years old, and her hearing has gotten pretty bad, so it takes a lot to even get a woof out of her.

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We take two dogs with us everywhere we go. We take their favorite blankets with us (from their home beds) and when we have to leave them we turn up the A/C (or heat), and turn on the radio. We close all blinds so that they don't feel the need to look out. They settle in on their FAV blankets and wait for us to return. Usually we are just out to have a quick meal, or ck out a museum. They have been excellent about being left.
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