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Old 06-06-2015, 07:41 AM   #71
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Bark..bark..pause....bark..bark...pause...

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Will tell others that she had a speech impediment.
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Giving this some more thought, I can't remember hearing large dogs like a german shepard or the like barking incessantly while being left alone. It always seems to be those little yappy ankle biters. I guess the bigger dogs are more secure, and not so paranoid.
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Giving this some more thought, I can't remember hearing large dogs like a german shepard or the like barking incessantly while being left alone. It always seems to be those little yappy ankle biters. I guess the bigger dogs are more secure, and not so paranoid.
I hope you're right about this. Our cocker spaniel rescue sounds like a mad great dane if he hears something...Real Mad. The UPS guy no longer rings the doorbell

Our first trip is coming up. I told the CG owner and asked for an end spot, just in case he doesn't like being alone. I'm going to tune the radio to a talk station to make him think that there are people in the unit (well, he IS a cocker, and they aren't the sharpest knives in the drawer).
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We both have different opinions about that, and that's OK.

IMO, we search for reviews and pay attention to the negative remarks in order to learn whether they might pertain to us or not. "too far from the lake", or "bath-house was dirty" don't affect us, but things like loud kids or dogs or locals that live in the park and fire up their pickups at 5AM have a bearing on whether we'll stay there.
X at least 2. That is one thing that will keep me from parking there 100%
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