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Old 07-09-2013, 07:47 PM   #393
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I always carry Bear Spray and will use if if I feel the least bit threatened by any unleashed or uncontrolled dog.
The LARGE size. A squirt for the critter and some extra in case the owner feel left out.
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I agree 100%. My dogs are always controlled.
Where do you camp?
Curious minds want to know.

Come to where the rest of us camp.

The camp managers out here will educate you.
Two choices:
1. Leash.
2. Go home.

So, come on out!
Aye?
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Where do you camp?
Curious minds want to know.

Come to where the rest of us camp.

The camp managers out here will educate you.
Two choices:
1. Leash.
2. Go home.

So, come on out!
I camp in state parks and private campgrounds, where do you camp?
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If your dog is not leashed it is not controlled.
Incorrect
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The LARGE size. A squirt for the critter and some extra in case the owner feel left out.
The can is very large and my aim is very, very bad.
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I camp in state parks and private campgrounds, where do you camp?
In well managed campgrounds
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Well evidently it needs said it's time for a 48 hour recess from dog or dog related topics in this thread starting now.
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This is just like the campground, when the kids don't know when to put away the basketball. Then we just take it away till the next day! Kids will be kids, no matter how old they are.
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The trail to the bif story reminded me of the time we were camping in such a site. We then had a truck mounted camper, so the kids (teens) slept outside, as well as our dog, an adult, black Great Dane. People coming along our site after sunset were greeted with a 'woof' - not too loud, just sort of a 'I know you are there'. The kids went to sleep laughing at the 'ooch, ouch, ooch' as people got off the trail and into the brush, or on to rougher footing to avoid that big black whatever it is.

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