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Old 08-15-2015, 09:54 PM   #1
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Travel Companions

So we all camp but how many travel with companions? How about picture of our travel mates? KIKI the queen and POPS service dog in training.
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Old 08-15-2015, 11:07 PM   #2
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This is Tunces spot and I really bought this particular TT just for her. I would never go without her.
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Old 08-16-2015, 07:06 AM   #3
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I don't have any pics on my computer, but I have 3 miniature pinschers. One will be 11 in September, her sister will be 11 in January and the third will be 6 in September. They LOVE camping with us. They used to free roam around the truck when we were driving, but once we had kids we had to crate them in the truck. They get too excited and climb on the kiddos.

They tend to be a yappy breed, so we had to buy a hardsided trailer as opposed to a popup or hybrid. The less noise and distractions they see outside, the less yappy they are.

They love camping. They have a yard and a doggie door at home, so they can come and go as they please. When we camp they know they get 2 long walks a day, and several shorter walks... plenty of new sites and smells, other dogs to bark at... they get to sit outside in the sun with the family for a couple hours and just bake. They like it a lot.

Please... I beg of everyone, please keep this about current travel companions, not sad memories that will make a wimp like me cry...
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Sam is our constant 10 year old travel buddy. When we bought our current FW, the only concern for my wife was if the sofa was comfortable enough for himClick image for larger version

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This is the Chocolate Monster. She is 4, but most often acts like she's 6 months. As much as I complain about her energy levels, she is a good dog who has saved many other dog's lives as a canine blood donor at the University of California, Davis.
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This is the Chocolate Monster. She is 4, but most often acts like she's 6 months. As much as I complain about her energy levels, she is a good dog who has saved many other dog's lives as a canine blood donor at the University of California, Davis.
Way cool didn't now they had K9 doner's.
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Here's the link describing the program at UCD.

William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital
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Way cool didn't now they had K9 doner's.
Cats can donate too. A friend of mine had a cat that was actually the beneficiary of donated feline blood.
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We adopted Carlos last month. He was in the feline blood donor program at UCD.
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Sometimes they drive us up the wall when they do their dumb and dumber routine but they always come with us. Click image for larger version

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