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Old 03-31-2013, 12:49 PM   #21
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Not sure why this ticks you both off. Is Norty1 incorrect when he says that there are responsible pet owners who clean up, and there are also those who do not ? I always clean up after our dachshund, but have observed a few who did not pick up after their dogs. We are not trying to start a fuss, but would sincerely like for you to explain your position on this matter. Thanks
What ticks us off are the people who don't clean up after their pets. We always do and make sure anyone we camp with clean up as well. Just part of being a responsible camper. Norty1 is correct that most people do clean up but there are always a few who don't.
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Old 03-31-2013, 07:21 PM   #22
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What ticks us off are the people who don't clean up after their pets. We always do and make sure anyone we camp with clean up as well. Just part of being a responsible camper. Norty1 is correct that most people do clean up but there are always a few who don't.
Understood. I misinterpreted your original post to mean that Norty1's comment ticked you off. MY mistake - sorry.
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Think about the liability insurance that a campground needs to carry. I'm not sure if its more expensive if they allow pets...? Not sure I agree with the up-charges, but no one has mentioned insurance costs.
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That's why we camp in State Park Campgrounds and Army Coor of Engineers in Indiana as there is no extra charge.
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