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Old 12-02-2018, 01:07 PM   #1
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I hate all these CG rules!!!!!!

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Old 12-02-2018, 08:06 PM   #2
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LOL, your posted photo is an excellent argument to support campground rules. I get the humor but! all to often people don't pick-up after their animals. My biggest "Pet Peeve" are the one's that bring their animals to poop in areas where children play. It's not the animals fault, it's the owners epic fail as a descent human being. Dog owners are the worst!!!! they have no problem bringing their dogs to someone else's site to poop. Rules = morons, lots of rules = lots of morons, simple math really.
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One of the places we stay in Vegas is super strict about picking up after your pet. There are signs everywhere. The signs say failure to adhere to this rule will result in immediate expulsion from the park with No Refund of any remaining days on your reservation. They don't single out Dogs, Cats have to follow the rules too.

I think it's awesome.
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As the OP I don't want to get involved in a discussion of actually picking up pet poop.....

I simply saw this extremely funny picture and wanted others to have the same laugh it gave me......
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One of the places we stay in Vegas is super strict about picking up after your pet. There are signs everywhere. The signs say failure to adhere to this rule will result in immediate expulsion from the park with No Refund of any remaining days on your reservation. They don't single out Dogs, Cats have to follow the rules too.
I think it's awesome.
We're new to the motorhome thing, but we're total Vegas junkies. As a seasoned vet, do you have any suggestions on where to stay (or not stay) when we eventually drive our beast out there?
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Old 12-02-2018, 10:11 PM   #6
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We were in a campground a few years ago. A bunch (about 30) of folks cut through our site constantly all day. The last straw was when one had a large dog on a leash and pooped in the middle of our site. Then just continued on his way. At that I screamed and yelled at every single person from that group who tried to use our site to cut through. I was DONE!! Rude people out there!!!!
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George.....

I'd suggest u PM AKIQPilot and maybe he can help u out......
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As the OP I don't want to get involved in a discussion of actually picking up pet poop.....

I simply saw this extremely funny picture and wanted others to have the same laugh it gave me......
I saw the humor and really appreciated it. The other aspect of the topic has been beat to death.
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Personally I like rules. It's a good way to get riff raff out. But the owner/managers have got to enforce them.
Was in a COE. 2 pickups parked in our spot before we got there. They were ticketed.
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I saw the humor and really appreciated it. The other aspect of the topic has been beat to death.
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Please, keep this for humor. We don't need to go into the do's/don'ts of owners not being responsible. That's been enough already.

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