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Old 05-04-2011, 11:58 AM   #29
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We use to travel with 5 cats, now down to 3.
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Old 05-04-2011, 05:14 PM   #30
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We travel with 3; two toy poodles and one standard. They love to go with us.
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Old 05-04-2011, 07:09 PM   #31
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We stayed at a KOA in Wyoming once...there was a MH with 7 little dogs...yappy ones, nothing against little, but these guys were the epitome of the small dog stereotype. On the other hand, owners had been gone all day according to disgruntled campers. We travel with 2 large dogs and probably another one this year...our granddog will be added if we can figure out where to put her. Incidentally, Monaco38, that's a fine looking family you have Happy camping, fur and all! kkd
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Old 05-04-2011, 07:26 PM   #32
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We travel with seven spoiled rotten Yorkies....Yep they travel well, and get very excited while we are packing up...THEY KNOW I love all the pictures everyone has posted so here are a couple of a past short trip. "Happy paw trails to all"
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Old 05-05-2011, 05:18 PM   #33
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We travel with 3 golden retrievers. The coach is a Challenger and sometimes it is a "challenge", but I would rather have them with us than having them in a kennel while we are gone. Two are registered therapy dogs, and the youngest is driving me to therapy!! They are great dogs and two are getting on in years (for goldens), so if we go full-time again in a couple of years, we will more than likely be down to one. A good vacuum is a necessity, to say the least!!

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Gotta love them Goldens!!! When you go out, you have to put on your second "coat", lol. Had two but have gone for small now. A miniature poodle cross (Pierre) and a miniature Schnauzer (Maddie). We have to remove the old TV housing from the front to make a travel bed for them as they always want to look out the front window and help navigate.
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We travel with 3 Pomeranians ages 2 - 12. We do not allow any yapping either. We bought our MH to travel with our furry family.
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The picture in post above shows our two, the black Lab/ chow and White Maltise. They are family and go everywher we go. One of our camping friends has five poodles that travel with them. The lady in the white blouse owns the tan golden ret..
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