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Old 06-09-2012, 08:24 PM   #11
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...Last year I was at a campground where the neighbor left his two dogs in the hot trailer all day...
You just can't fix stupid.
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Old 06-09-2012, 08:30 PM   #12
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While in Lake George (NY) RV Park one year, someone ties their dogs out on a hot day and left for the day. They left them with no water and the poor dogs were whining, barking and seemed just miserable. Several people complained to the park, they came by, didn't see the owners and just left. I ended up giving them water and a couple milk bones and when the owners returned opened up on them and told them that if they did that again I was calling the police for animal abuse! Some people...
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Old 06-09-2012, 08:31 PM   #13
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^^^ Good for you, I would have done the same ^^^
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Well my problem was solved.. Just not in a way that I enjoyed.
The skies opened up and we had about 12 hours straight of heavy rain.
It was interesting to see how the people with dogs responded to the rain.
Some took their dogs into their campers, some left them outside hiding under a picnic table and one family who owned a $300,000. Coach .. Had their dog living in their car that they tow.. I guess he is not allowed in the coach. He was sitting in the drivers seat whenever we went by, so I guess he has done this before.. perhaps he was trying to start the car so he can escape his fussy people!
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"Owners" and their pets are worth watching. Try to guess which is smarter. There's lots of smart dogs in this fine world and too many don't have to try all that hard.
LadyW, I hope the rain wasn't the solution you were talking about since it's temporary.
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Old 06-13-2012, 01:10 AM   #17
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Don't be afraid to get involved, knock on the door and tell them to shut their d--- dog up. Why is everyone so afraid to speak up?
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I am hosting in Florida and we can't confront anyone about anything, but we can and do call the rangers. Last year a guy wouldn't keep his dog on a leash. The ranger was called and this guy told the ranger "to go pound sand" (other words were used). The ranger left and came back a few minutes later with the county sheriff. The guy told the sheriff the same thing (booze talking) and the sheriff wrote him a $85.00 ticket for county leash law violation and the ranger booted him from the park immediately. The sheriff stayed and watched his departure advising him that he had better have someone else drive or arrest would happen for DUI.
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