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Old 09-18-2018, 10:35 PM   #1
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Limit dogs at RV Park

Do most RV parks limit dogs? Iíve found that State Parks are more lenient. Has anyone been asked to leave if you have more than 2 dogs?
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Old 09-18-2018, 10:38 PM   #2
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State/National parks rarely if ever have restrictions on number of pets


Cgs.........
Standard is 2 PET limit
Some have weight limits also.......20# and 45# were ones we encountered

Then there is the Insurance Underwriters 'Aggressive Breed' restrictions that CGs MUST abide by to have Ins. Coverage




Best to ALWAYS call and verify Pet Policy BEFORE showing up
(Most CG websites will post their Pet Policy...just have to search for it sometimes)
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YEP...see it a lot. Agree with Old-Biscuit on his general commentary about insurance.
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Travelled extensively with 3 labs...no one ever asked how many we had....never. We were never asked for shot records for the dogs either, even on military bases.
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Old 09-19-2018, 03:53 PM   #5
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limit

The standard limit we always here is "2". We routinely violate that. If it ever comes up, we either hear "...we know show dogs are well-behaved.." "..if you are concerned enough to ask we know you will be OK..." or simply "no problem."

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We have been asked for shot paperwork twice. Once in Fort Myers, Fl campground, and they other was in a state park in one of the Northeast states. The state park request also required registration and proof of insurance. They indicated they had just had a problem with a dog biting someone and that owner jumped into his truck and tried to get out of Dodge, but he crashed into another campers car. He did not have any insurance at all and couldn't afford to reimburse anyone.
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Old 09-29-2018, 12:12 PM   #7
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Most of the nicer parks now limit at 2 dogs and many don't allow know aggressive breads at all.

If caught with a violation you are kicked out and no refund.

Personally I think it is a great idea for both and we do travel with one Westie

We like large dogs but they are the ones owners are way more lax about cleaning up after. We have observed this for many years so it isn't a new thing and that is camping and in various other parks.
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We travel with 1 cat who basically takes care of herself. We are constantly amazed at the folks who travel in smaller units with "more" than 2 dogs of all sizes. We've seen 3-6+ dogs staying in a sub 30 foot unit with 2 adults and sometimes kid(s). 🤭

We both love dogs...I've had Golden's but not multiple at the same time. I do agree that we recently had a neighbor next to us with 4 dogs and they let the dog crap right under our dining table window when it was 85+ degrees outside.

I better stop here. 😶
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We like large dogs but they are the ones owners are way more lax about cleaning up after. We have observed this for many years so it isn't a new thing and that is camping and in various other parks.
Interesting; our observations have come to the opposite conclusion. Seems like the small dog owners think it's too small to matter or can't be seen.
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Most of the nicer parks now limit at 2 dogs and many don't allow know aggressive breads at all.

If caught with a violation you are kicked out and no refund.

Personally I think it is a great idea for both and we do travel with one Westie

We like large dogs but they are the ones owners are way more lax about cleaning up after. We have observed this for many years so it isn't a new thing and that is camping and in various other parks.
That is such BS, i see tons of small dog crap around that the owners do not pickup. One of our dogs we call her the poop finder she finds poop everywhere we go. Yes we pickup every time we had 100 pound dog and 50 pound dog. So to make a generic statement like that is ridiculous. Poor pickup habits have nothing to do with the size of the dog.
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It is easier to see my dogs business, everybody can see my dog do his business because he is a larger breed (Golden Retriever). Sometimes it is a two bagger, but I do clean it up. I am almost forced to because everybody is looking at him. You never see the small dogs taking care of their business so it easy for the owners to walk away. Most times it is the smaller dumplings that I have stepped in, not my dogs cowpie sized droppings since you see and smell before you even get close.
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