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Old 10-14-2011, 05:14 PM   #197
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This little rascal goes everyone with me... He is a Rat Terrier named Fred.
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Old 10-14-2011, 05:34 PM   #198
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This will be Abby's first long trip with me. We got her about 4 months ago. She is a Belgian Malinois. Taking her cross country and back, I hope!
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Old 10-14-2011, 07:04 PM   #199
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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 !
He is one lucky dog to have found you!
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Old 10-14-2011, 10:40 PM   #200
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Chocolate lab with gray highlights from age...A hand me down dog who's original owner gave her up due to her soon to be hubby stating: "its me or the dog" The goofy woman chose him over the dog!!! I wonder how there marriage is going? lol
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Old 10-14-2011, 10:53 PM   #201
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This is our Yorkie Spanky he's a great camper. The only problem we have is when he's camping all he'll eat is people food. Loves pancakes and sausage for breakfast.

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Old 10-15-2011, 07:57 AM   #202
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It is so.nice to see everyones pets or should I say family members. Our animals are a part of our families. They are there for us all the time and worth their weight in gold.
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Old 10-15-2011, 07:38 PM   #203
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Traveling Doodles 110+ lbs worth

These guys like lots of exercise, but tolerated 13,000 mi round-trip FL to AK
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Old 10-15-2011, 07:47 PM   #204
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We LOVE our 2 Miniature Schnauzers. They travel well, are just the right size and temperament.

I'd say, stick to small to medium-size breeds. Less food to bring, and sh*t to pick up.

I have a 98lb lab, and the amount of Dog Sh*t can be unbelievable, I go through poop bags rather quickly sometime two or three bags a walk and I walk her 3x a day ! Holy Crap that's a lot of Crap
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I have a 98lb lab, and the amount of Dog Sh*t can be unbelievable, I go through poop bags rather quickly sometime two or three bags a walk and I walk her 3x a day ! Holy Crap that's a lot of Crap
Some friends of mine have a 100 lb. lab mix and the only time the poor thing gets to go on a walk is when I visit (they all work; at least they have a large back yard). I will send the dog into the back yard (believe it or not, he is a house dog!) before I take him for a walk in hopes he'll do his business before I get him excited with the "W" word. Still, he frequently drops a bomb during the walk that would do a cow proud! And, of course, he does it early in the walk so I get to carry a bag of darned doggy dung for most of the walk. Joy! He is a big goof but I still love the big lug.
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Old 10-17-2011, 07:22 PM   #206
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We travel with our Corgi and two domestic cats. All of them enjoy going and are very little trouble. One of the cat's is 16 years old but he still is the "man" and rules the roost.
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Old 10-17-2011, 07:44 PM   #207
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Two Golden Retrievers. Yohnah (means Bear in Cherokee) the male is 5 Y/O, and is my certified hearing assistance dog. Saloni (means Beautiful in Cherokee) is Yohnah's 3 Y/O full sister from a different litter. She has learned much by watching Yohnah, and the two dogs make great traveling companions. The constant shedding, amount of poop, and space that they occupy is un-freaking-real! Get a small dog!
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Old 10-17-2011, 09:01 PM   #208
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Sometimes the amount of poop can be related to the kind of food they eat. Some dog foods contain a large amount of filler which is not digested by the animal and therefore passes through and you get to pick it up.
My 72 pound boy passes very a modest amount of poop.
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Yohnah weighs 105 lbs. Saloni weighs 88 lbs. They are both large framed dogs, and are not overweight. They eat Science Diet Senior Formula prescribed by our vet, since we also have a 17 Y/O female Golden, and they all eat together. They have really healthy appetites, and are very active. The amount of poop seems appropriate for their size. You are correct about foods, as some of the popular grocery store brands are mostly filler and carbs. Those foods can contribute to obesity and diabetes.
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