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    camping with dog

    Fri Jun 22, 2007 7:47 am Groupie
    We just got a little RV and have started camping (very fun!), but I've been surprised and disappointed to find that the campgrounds we've been to so far don't allow dogs. Do any of you camp with your dog? Any suggestions for how to find campgrounds that allow dogs?

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    Dreamer in Ontario
    Fri Jun 22, 2007 10:43 pm Groupie
    Sat Jun 23, 2007 4:34 pm Groupie
    I live in Oregon and have 2 books about traveling with dogs. One is called "doing the Pacific Northwest with your pooch". You may want to look this up on Amazon or another bookseller and see if there are other similar books for your region.
    Not only is it handy because it shows campgrounds that allow pets, but it also has where the nearest vet/hospital is to where you plan to travel and a lot of other useful info.
    Sun Jun 24, 2007 9:31 pm Groupie
    Thank you! I followed the thread and wound up with lots of great resources - just what I was looking for. icon_smile.gif
    Chef Shadows
    Fri Jun 29, 2007 11:27 am Groupie
    When I first saw this topic awhile back I thought it said cooking with dogs... I camp with many Native Americans to whom dog is a treat ( new meaning to the words dog treats ) LOL.

    I for one understand the reasons most camp grounds do not allow "pets". Don't get me wrong I own dogs and cats, I just don't impose the troubles they cause on others who are trying to "get" away.

    I have been to camps where pets have been allowed to do their bodily functions where ever... walking into one's camping abode with the said items on the underside of one's footwear is let us say more then unpleasent! I have also seen dogs ( male ) lift their legs on expensive canvas...

    Dogs being protective and territorial often cause noise due to this fact, as well as biting those that come to close.

    I know, I know, not your dog, but you never know until it happens.

    The only time I take my dogs with me is when I am camping with close friends who know my animals well ( and my animals know them well ).

    These are just my ramblings on the subject and in no way reflect the opinions of PETA ( People Eating Tasty Animals ).

    LOL!!! icon_twisted.gif icon_biggrin.gif icon_eek.gif icon_wink.gif icon_razz.gif
    Tue Jul 03, 2007 1:12 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    We live in Oregon and do a lot of camping in Forest Service campgrounds or even in "free" camp areas. Our favorite spot is a free campground that is unimproved, yet it doesn't matter since we have our camper. We usually camp with friends and we have what we call a Lab-apalooza since there are usually no fewer than 6 Labs with us. Since these are "no host" campgrounds, you're on the honor system of packing out your trash and cleaning up after your dog's "messes." We have an Oregon Atlas and it shows campgrounds on Forest Service Roads, State Parks, etc. Maybe pickup a California Atlas and see if it is similar? icon_smile.gif Hope that helps and enjoy that RV! It's a blast!
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