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Old 01-05-2014, 06:50 PM   #1
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Has anyone gone to rv parks with more than two dogs. My D/W and I have 4 small chihuahua one 3 lbs , 4 lbs , and two 9 lbs. My ?? Is well I have a problem. Thanks for your help.
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Hi there, some places have a limit on the pets you an bring in. Look at their rules online or call and ask before arriving to camp.
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We only have one, but I work for KOA and see folks with 4-5 dogs. Some small, some not so small. Some parks have rules on number of dogs and size of dogs. Check ahead before going.
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Old 01-05-2014, 09:32 PM   #5
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In my own opinion, I think they(camp/rv park) worry if you have more than 2 that it would be kinda rough keeping things cleaned up after them. Years ago, it more than likely wouldn't have been an issue, but now days the person with no pets will be the one to turn you in for having to many! Good Luck Pete and remember, there are always state park and federal parks as well!
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We travel with 3-4 Saint Bernards, so if staying at a campground, the pet rules are one of the first things we ask about.

Many CG's that have a rule state a max if 3 dogs...some also add a size restriction. They will talk to you about the rules if asked.

If you try to hide the pups, the mgmt. might get upset...we have found that everything is negotiable, so we just ask.

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Many campgrounds have a two dog limit. You will be surprised how many will bend the rules if you call and ask first.

We traveled for years with three larger dogs and by calling first, we were never turned away.
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They're small, so if you call ahead you should be ok. As long as they aren't yappy nobody will complain.
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