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Old 09-25-2011, 04:43 AM   #183
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Great Choice!!

We have a female cocker who loves to travel, doesn't bark (much) and won't leave our side. She doesen't know she's a dog, thinks she's an only child. good luck with your Cocker.
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Old 09-25-2011, 05:20 AM   #184
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We have two pomeranians, HiTee and Hudson. They keep us plenty busy. Of course when their not sleeping.
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Old 09-25-2011, 09:18 AM   #185
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Old 09-26-2011, 06:27 AM   #186
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The "maddawgs" are our two MinPins (miniature pinchers) and so far they love camping with us
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Old 09-26-2011, 07:04 AM   #187
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We travel with our 9 1/2 year old Golden Retriever. He has been with us in the rig since 8 weeks old. Our previous RV dog was also a Golden. When the time comes to get another dog I would TRY to get a dog that weighs around 25 pounds. Our son has a miniature golden that would be a perfect size.

Every RV park we have been to says no to German Shepherds, Rottweilers, Dobermans and Pit Bulls. Was surprised to see in the postings that some people do travel with these dogs.
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We travel with our 9 1/2 year old Golden Retriever. He has been with us in the rig since 8 weeks old. Our previous RV dog was also a Golden. When the time comes to get another dog I would TRY to get a dog that weighs around 25 pounds. Our son has a miniature golden that would be a perfect size.

Every RV park we have been to says no to German Shepherds, Rottweilers, Dobermans and Pit Bulls. Was surprised to see in the postings that some people do travel with these dogs.
I once read a quote when I dated a woman that breed Doberman's, something along the lines that a doberman is no more likely to bite you than a poodle is, but you will remember a doberman's bite longer if they both chose to bite.
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We RV with our adopted Lilbit, a mix small dog, he came to the house shortly after Huricane Ike, been with us ever since. He Loves to go Rving, he knows when we start to pack things up that it's time for a new adventure.
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MANNIE is our 11 year old Westie..... We are switching to rv after having to leave him while i taught painting on cruise ships......
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This is the vicious Guard Dog we use to protect out bodies and souls... beware! She can tear your leg right off! (giggle)
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Never seen a springer that wasn't affectionate. Our Barney is 7yrs old and also loves the motorhome and loves to be lapdog. DSC00034~1 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!


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We have two pomeranians, HiTee and Hudson. They keep us plenty busy. Of course when their not sleeping.
What a great picture!
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Our English Bulldog "Rowdy" allows us to ride along, as he roams about meeting up with all his fans. We luv'im.
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I can't believe this thread is still going , but it is interesting to keep up with.
We check every few days to see whats who's new . There are some really pretty pets !!
"Ben " is doing great with the training , he walks on the leash perfectly , gets in his crate when it's time for bed (he's still chewing on things though) , hardly ever barks,
lets us know when he needs to potty , he's just about too perfect , except he gets
car-sick if he eats before we go somewhere . He has not grown anymore so we think
he is going to stay small (22 lbs.)
We just wait until we get back to feed him .
We are very excited that it is cool enough to go camping again ! dance !
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