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Old 08-14-2017, 07:07 PM   #8
hames57
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
State: Utah
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There is a dog secret that owners don't know

While you are gone having a great time, the rest of us who are in the campground often have to put up with the sound of a dog yapping or barking during the time you are away having fun. This is a very common occurrence and I always feel bad for the dog as it is a very sad, but continuuuuuuuoooooous barking. I time tracked one dog at 5 hours of continuous barking from 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM. So, the solution is, take the dog with you anytime you are away from your RV. If you can't, then probably best to kennel the dog at home.

I love dogs, other people's dogs. I've owned many dogs, but they are a nuisance for non-dog folks in the campground from barking to pooping to sniffing a strangers groin. I wish I could say that all dog owners control and take good care of their four legged camping friends. But, they don't.

And your dog(s) will bark a lot during your absence. No matter how well trained you believe them to be.
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