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Old 10-30-2013, 04:18 PM   #29
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If we even attempt to leave in the MH's Ali is right there, She is not going to be left behind. As you can see she is 'really' stressed traveling!
Our four legged kids goes with us ALL of the time. We just plan our time away from the MH so that she is not there long by herself.
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Old 10-30-2013, 05:04 PM   #31
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The reason people have motorhomes is so we can take our dogs with us, happy travels.
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Old 10-30-2013, 05:29 PM   #32
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Nuff said
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Old 10-30-2013, 05:38 PM   #33
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Dogs love to Travel

Duke and Duchess always let us come on trips they take in their RV.

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Old 10-30-2013, 05:50 PM   #34
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Our fur babies have traveled with us from Alaska to Mexico. Other than normal gifts received from them it makes you take needed rest stops. At this point in time we are without but their remains still travel with us. Some RV Parks have size limitations so with big dogs it might be a problem, but as stated listen to the DWs concerns and make a choice.

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Tucker goes anywhere we go!
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I would like to see the RV parks provide a pet watching area for our friends while we are away for the day.
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I'm too much of a control freak to let my babies into another's custody.

I have to at times, but the pet sitter comes to the house to take care of them if I'm out of town.

You could offer the CG staff a mini-job and ask if they would come take the dog for a walk or something if you were gone a long time during the day, or maybe a fellow camper, but that would be too much for me to ask, as I said, I'm too much of a micro managing control freak when it comes to the kids.

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Craig's list pet sitters are a great resource for us when RVing with the dogs. They can come to the RV to take the dogs on a potty break or if your dog is social you can find one that sits in their home and you can drop the dog off.

Since you can find them on-line you can prebook them before leaving home if you know what days you need to be away from the RV. They usually have a yard and a dog for your dog to play with.
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Bought the motor home so we could always have our dogs with us.
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Lucas lives to travel in the MH.. You have an individual decision to make I think.
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Our 80 pound husky goes where we go. As a special treat we take her for tour rides looking for horsies and cows.

Wayne M........Horsies? Really? lol
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Wayne M........Horsies? Really? lol
And cowies too.
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