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Old 03-17-2013, 07:08 AM   #29
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We checked out a park in the Rio Grande valley that we learned was absolutely no one under 55, even for a visit, but also no pets at all! We didn't stay there.

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Old 03-17-2013, 07:12 AM   #30
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Originally Posted by Murf2u View Post
It's been my experience that ill (or no) mannered pets owned by 'seniors' outnumber misbehaved children about 4 to 1 or better.

The DW & I just got back from a month in Florida, we stayed at some AAA parks, and some not so fancy, public and private both.

We encounter 2 misbehaved children in the entire time, but several misbehaved dogs at EVERY place we stayed.

It seems that after raising children folks just don't care to take the time to 'raise' their pets properly.

I'll take the sound of kids playing over a toy poodle's non-stop yapping every day of the week!
that is why we look for pet free parks. or at least pets restricted to certain streets in the park.

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