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  • Tom & KARLYN
    Tom & KARLYN:
    February 16Beautiful dog!
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  • apackof2
    apackof2:
    February 16Has anyone tried CDB oil for canine seperation anxiety? If so and it was effective for you, what brand and what was your dosage? My Emme a Chow/Golden girl is about 50lbs
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    • DenStar and 3 others like this.
    • apackof2
      TeeJ February 16 Have you tried using one of those anti-anxiety vests for dogs? I've heard they work very well, though I haven't had the need to use one myself for any of my dogs. If you want to read more about it just do a google search for anxiety vest for dogs or go he...  more
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    • apackof2
      TeeJ February 16 You're welcome! 
    • apackof2
      Cary & Lee February 17 The Thunder Shirt did not work for our 10 yo Boxer, Spike. He is on CBD oil, but that is for his arthritis as we now never leave our dogs alone. Many volunteers in the rescue groups I belong to say that CBD oil works for their dogs. Like everything, it’s ...  more
    • apackof2
      Robert & Diane B February 17 We used the crate to give our dog her own safe place when we left, plus left music on (the most soothing was New Age, go figure!). We started this at home, while we were at home, then while we left for increasingly longer periods of time. When we transfer...  more
    • apackof2
      Nancy & Jonathan February 17 I think my daughter might be using it for her dog who was a rescue - very high anxiety.  If you want me to check, please send me a private message.  
  • Brenda Lee Reuter
    Brenda Lee Reuter:
    February 16Hi. New to the group and whole RV thing. Went on some short MN trips but that's it. We just both retired and are going on a month long trip. I want to take our cat with us. She is about 4. I am so afraid she will run out the door and be lost. Any advice?

    • Brenda Lee Reuter
      The Webbs February 16 We travel with 2 dogs and 4 cats. Once the cat understands that the RV is home she should come back. Ours never wonder very far. Good Luck.
    • Brenda Lee Reuter
      Brenda Lee Reuter February 16 thank you all for advice. she is our family and I want her to be with her humans!!!
    • Brenda Lee Reuter
      Carol Vega February 16 Be aware that many parks require both a dog be leashed AND a cat.  I always leash my dog.  Not only worried about running away, but there are coyotes and pumas out there that see your dog as a snack.  And you do not have to go out into the ...  more
    • Brenda Lee Reuter
      Nancy & Jonathan February 17 Is she an indoor or outdoor cat?  We have two cants - both indoor because of where we live.  Ivy is diabetic and will go on all trips with us.  We are talking about having her microchipped, but I'm not worried about her, as she has no inter...  more
    • Brenda Lee Reuter
      Russell & Linda February 17 Is she allowed outstay home. Do you have RV in yard. Take her out to RV close door and let her roam through it. When she’s comfortable open the door and let her go in and out so she becomes familiar with it. Don’t let her roam outside in campgrounds...  more
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      • Brenda Lee Reuter
        Russell & Linda February 17 Also know where cats all pets are when working slides have heard of pets getting squished
  • Jim and Dea
    Jim and Dea:
    February 16We have three Goldens and also use an ex pen on occasion. My concern is the next trip will be the first time for them in a motor coach and I’m not sure how to train them not to fear the slide outs going in/out. Should they be in the coach or wait outsid...  more
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    • TheClearyClan and 5 others like this.
    • Jim and Dea
      Steve & Diane February 16 I have my dog outside when putting slides in or out... safety first.
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    • Jim and Dea
      S. Ford February 16 Our dog pretty much ignores the slide outs and we are fairly new to camping so it is not something she was use to. So she is inside. Works out better anyway when you arrive during a rain storm.
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      • Jim and Dea
        Jim and Dea February 16 Another good thought. Thanks!
    • Jim and Dea
      Cary & Lee February 17 When we had our Class A, one of us would be holding our Boxers outside when we engage the slideouts as they were nervous. Eventually, they got used to it. We now have a fifth wheel and they are both fine with the sounds of the slideouts extending and retr...  more
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      • Jim and Dea
        Jim and Dea February 17 You sound like good dog parents. Our are skittish and you technique sounds like a good fit! Thanks!
    • Jim and Dea
      Russell & Linda February 17 We put our two poms on the couch when working slides after a few times when they heard slides starting they’d jump up there.
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  • Tom & KARLYN
    Tom & KARLYN:
    February 14Welcome to the group. Where there is a will there’s a way! Good Luck🐶
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  • GinnyC
    GinnyC:
    February 14Hi..We are new to the group, to RVing and figuring out how to travel with 3 Doxies and a miniature rat terrier. Just the logistics of fitting everyone in is a challenge...but we are determined. Mom and daughter traveling together and the dogs...out to see...  more
    • CaruthersontheRoad and 5 others like this.
    • GinnyC
      PennyR February 14 Seems almost all RVers have pets, mostly dogs, but a few with cats. Many have more than one dog as well. We have one Australian shepherd and she travels well and thankfully isn’t a barker. We make sure she has her bed, favorite blanket, and toys. Most pla...  more
    • GinnyC
      Ray & Ann February 14 We've seen a lot of campers with multiple pets, even a dog and 2 pigs. Our Baby seems to enjoy campsites more than home, more buddies to meet and things to sniff per mile than at home. 
    • GinnyC
      C & C Bonelli February 14 We had five when we started RV'ng (Nov 2017), we have four now as our oldest passed. But traveling with many is fun, challenging at times, but we would not do it any other way.
    • GinnyC
      revbilly February 14 Our two Chihuahuas love to travel. They've become quite the explorers.
  • Jim&Debbie Jellyman
    Jim&Debbie Jellyman:
    February 13Hello, we are new to this group. We have a sweet year old doxie that barks at everything. We haven't taken her camping yet and are a little concerned about her barking...she is pretty loud!!! Any suggestions as to what we can do...types of non-shocki...  more
    • Patty and Larry and 2 others like this.
    • Jim&Debbie Jellyman
      Joe and Margee February 13 I used "Pet Corrector" for my little pup that had springs for legs!  The can emits a noise that dog's hate!  Basically, it immediately stops the bad behavior....it gets their attention immediately.  Once they stop jumping, barking, give the...  more
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    • Jim&Debbie Jellyman
      Larry Holbrook February 13 I've got a yapper and the 'Pet Corrector' will temporarily shut her up
    • Jim&Debbie Jellyman
      Curtis February 13 There is one law about dog ownership that is universal: "A tired dog = a HAPPY dog owner". That being said, I agree to the comment above... take that dog for as much exorcise as possible. There are dog parks everywhere around the country, and I take Augie...  more
    • Jim&Debbie Jellyman
      Lindafoobud February 14 Try the Sunbeam Sonic Egg at Petsmart. Works on my Corgi. If it doesn’t work you can return it. It emits a noise she hates. I only pressed the button once. I hated doing it. But now I just show it to her. Yell No and she stops barking. Doesn’t work for al...  more
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      • Jim&Debbie Jellyman
        Rich & Pat Tardell February 14 Tried the sonic egg, Too sensitive. In the enclosed space of the RV it would activate every time anybody moved (could tell by our doxie ducking and hiding) not just for barking.  Turned it off after about a half hour and returned it.
    • Jim&Debbie Jellyman
      Nessa February 14 Unfortunately if you are at a park with lots of full time residents they have not socialized their dogs and do not want your dog near their dog, even in the "dog runs" that are really only pee and poop spaces that may not be properly maintained (think dis...  more
  • Jules & Janice Poolson
    Jules & Janice Poolson :
    February 13Yes we used them only if we are seating outside by them. We have three small dogs, only way we can be outside and have them with us.
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    • The Weaving RVer Ann & Tom and 4 others like this.
    • Jules & Janice Poolson
      Okietravellers February 13 Used like this is what the pens where designed for☺️😉
    • Jules & Janice Poolson
      Brian and Leslie February 13 We have 3 fences 1 with a human gate. We connect them starting at the rv door form a loop around to the other side attached with a small fence section under the steps and they can sit with us. If your going to the rally 2.0 you will see us with our 2 king...  more
  • Karier13
    Karier13:
    February 13I was wondering how many people put up fences for their dogs at RV parks. Can they be put up at RV parks?
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    • Karier13
      Jan Hare February 13 We set up ex pens right outside our door for the dogs. I don't ever leave them out there unattended, but it's great to just open the door and not worry of one of my dogs comes out with me.
    • Karier13
      Ray & Ann February 13 There are a few dog pens here but we have a small dog and there is an Bald Eagle next just south of us within walking distance so our Baby is never outside loose. My daughter lost a  Chihuahua  to a Hawk inside a fence and my wife would kill me ...  more
    • Karier13
      Jim n Michelle February 13 We set up x pens around our entry door as well so dogs can go in and out with us. Works great.
    • Karier13
      TheClearyClan February 13 Both my brothers have dogs. They each have two sets of the style fences seen in Jim n Michelle's picture. They run them in a loop from front to back of their motorhomes and unroll chicken wire to close the gap between the rig and the ground.

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    • Karier13
      Karier13 February 13 I mainly want to be able to set it up outside the door so he can go out and do his business and i don't have to go walking around with him. He has had a big fenced in yard for 10 years and not use to doing business on a lease. Of course i will be right th...  more
  • Karier13
    Karier13:
    February 12I new here. I juat bought a 30 foot wildwood TT. Hasnt even been delivered yet because of the monsoon yesterday. Plan on selling my house and living in it. I hope my baby boy likes it. He is an 11 year old terrier mix and my sweetie.
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    • Windychic and 5 others like this.
    • Karier13
      Debbie Lockey February 12 Wherever Mama is, he will be happy!!
    • Karier13
      Ray & Ann February 13 Our Baby loves camping, sometimes after a walk at home she would go to the camper door instead like asking for another road trip :)
    • Karier13
      Jim&Debbie Jellyman February 13 Your baby will love, love traveling.  We are getting our tt ready for our next trip to Blue Springs State Park and Rosie and Princess jumped in on the couch ready to go!!!  I swear they were smiling!!!