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Old 06-02-2012, 04:51 PM   #57
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The 2 main. Issues I believe the op had was respect and integrity. We are guest at these people's resorts and know the rules when we pay our fees. It is out of respect also for our fellow campers who have a belief those rules will be followed. It is a persons own integrity that allows them to follow and adhere to those rules they have agreed to abide by. If there were quite hrs. for a reason. How many would be upset if people were leaving at 1'oclock in the morning when people believe that is is a time for sleeping?
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Old 06-02-2012, 05:03 PM   #58
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Now would be a good time to let sleeping dogs lay.
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Old 06-03-2012, 08:01 AM   #59
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From your comments on this and numerous other dog-related threads, I'm assuming your true underlying position is that pets shouldn't be allowed in campgrounds and have no place in the RVing world. Would that be accurate?

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I"ll give you a %50 accurate on that. keeping dogs out of (please get this right) "public campgrounds"; would suite me and thousands like me just fine.
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Old 06-03-2012, 08:10 AM   #60
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How about I take a dump in your site and bark all night? That is what bugs the most..
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Old 06-03-2012, 08:14 AM   #61
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I'm just glad to learn that not a single forum member, that travels with dogs, allows their dogs to be a problem to other campers !!
Maybe the people that cause the problems with their dogs, could just join the forum. The problems would then be solved!
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I"ll give you a %50 accurate on that. keeping dogs out of (please get this right) "public campgrounds"; would suite me and thousands like me just fine.
Well, I'll offer a suggestion, then. Just as there are 55+ campgrounds for those who don't want to be around children, there are also "No Pet" campgrounds for those who don't want to be around pets. If you and those who share your philosophy of RVing would reward those "No Pet" campgrounds with your business, we would both be happier, right?

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for them to stay at a no pet campground would be the best for them and everyone else that has pets. Simple enough.
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for them to stay at a no pet campground would be the best for them and everyone else that has pets. Simple enough.

Yes, the " DOG LESS " campers are the ones causing all the problems in the RV PARKS . WOOF WOOF BOW WOW.
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Yes, the " DOG LESS " campers are the ones causing all the problems in the RV PARKS . WOOF WOOF BOW WOW.
So you think ALL problems in RV parks are caused by those of us with pets? If so, try a "No Pet" RV park and you should never have any problems.

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No offense to anyone, just seems that it would be the simplest answer.
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So you think ALL problems in RV parks are caused by those of us with pets? If so, try a "No Pet" RV park and you should never have any problems.

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Who barks and yaps constantly ? Dogs or no dogs ?

Who craps and pees all over the place ? Dogs or no dogs?

Who growls and gets aggressive towards people ? Dogs or no dogs?

Yep looks like the ones with the pets are the problem !
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So you think ALL problems in RV parks are caused by those of us with pets? If so, try a "No Pet" RV park and you should never have any problems.

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Maybe leaving the mutts at home in a kennel, would solve the problem.
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So dogs idle their engines all night? Dogs are responsible for children running unattended through the campsites? Dogs are responsible for the drunks yelling and screaming all night? Really?

Sounds like you would be MUCH happier in a "No Pet" campground, but then you wouldn't have anything to whine about.

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So dogs idle their engines all night? Dogs are responsible for children running unattended through the campsites? Dogs are responsible for the drunks yelling and screaming all night? Really?

Sounds like you would be MUCH happier in a "No Pet" campground, but then you wouldn't have anything to whine about.

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Dogs are the ones peeing poopin and bitin and barkin!

You are whinin as loud as I am, just doin it from other side of the issue.
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