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Old 03-10-2017, 07:25 PM   #11
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Would a little discipline and training still work?

I'm pretty sure my dog considers me Well Trained.
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Old 03-10-2017, 07:35 PM   #12
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Evidently GILLSGONEWILD's shelties feel the same way!
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Old 03-11-2017, 10:38 AM   #13
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Yes they are trained but it was there first trip in Motorhome they were was excited
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Old 03-11-2017, 10:43 AM   #14
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You are right and I will , I buckle up and so they will to,thanks
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Old 03-13-2017, 04:32 PM   #15
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Given their respective weights, I'd assume they're at least "mature". Would a little discipline and training still work?
We have two Lab's and a Border Collie/Boxer and they all three are trained to stay in the back. Sometimes when we are getting close to the destination, they think they can encroach a little - but a reminder is all they usually need.
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Old 04-06-2017, 04:17 PM   #16
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I am trying to come up with ideas in how to keep both of ours dogs back in Motorhome or at least behind our front seats! I did have a small doggie gate behind us but it doesn't want to stay in place,and I know I really should crate them for their safety but anyone have ideas?
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We use harness and have them hooked to seat belts on sofa. Stopped fast once and would have had a flat dog on the windshield without it!
Also bought a soft side kennel. Lasted an hour. She chewed her way put of it!
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We use harness and have them hooked to seat belts on sofa. Stopped fast once and would have had a flat dog on the windshield without it!
Also bought a soft side kennel. Lasted an hour. She chewed her way put of it!
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I am trying to come up with ideas in how to keep both of ours dogs back in Motorhome or at least behind our front seats! I did have a small doggie gate behind us but it doesn't want to stay in place,and I know I really should crate them for their safety but anyone have ideas?
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We are going through some of the same thing. We are working on training them to remain on their small pads all the time the motorhome is in motion, and then we place the pads where they can reach them. Dogs can wander a bit, but when we tell them to get on their pillow, they are learning to mind those orders.

We were keeping the puppy in her kennel in the middle of the aisle. My wife likes it that way, but I think it's a royal pain in the arse. Kennel has to move each time we want to access the back for the rest room or food/water/beer. Just kidding on the beer. The pillow/pads idea seems to work somewhat. Although, the puppy loves to crawl back into the space behind my seat, which is about 15" wide between the back of my seat and the slide out wall. She seems to like it, so we'll be putting her pillow back there.
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