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Old 10-10-2019, 05:46 PM   #71
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7 dogs? Why would anyone want or need to travel with 7 dogs? It must be a full time job just cleaning up after them. We travel a lot and have to say, for some reason, most of the pet owners in camp grounds don't seem to care about the non pet owner's. Not everyone loves your dogs like you do. They are not fur kids, they are animals.
To help solve this problem every campground should have a "No Pets Allowed" section, not even to walk through and have your dog crap in. Like what was said before it is an owner problem not a pet problem, most of the time.
Ask any camp ground owner or manager and they will tell you most of the problems and complaints are because of dogs and dog owners.

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Yes it is bad owners ... I have always said its not the dog, regardless of the breed, but the human on the other end of the leash.
We lost our beloved Brie last month (she was a Pittie mix), my dearest Hubs thought I needed a companion so he found me a German Shepard/Siberian Husky mix (Gerberian Shepsky), 3 years old; and she is a beauty but no outside manners as she is a rescue also that was always in a bedroom. We are teaching her to be a "kind dog" to all.
WHICH is what all responsible pet parents/humans should do ... Never leave them tied outside, bark, lunge at others, etc... Teach them manners- there are classes to train a furkid/dog to be kind.
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Stupid dogs

Bad owners bad dogs donít matter the bite victims are fears left for a lifetime and people only care about there STUPID animals
Americans are the only stupid people to bring an animal inside there live in homes
They belong outside not in so leave the animals home in the barn!!!!
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