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Old 08-07-2013, 10:53 PM   #29
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Most National Parks, many States have rules and laws against leaving a pet inside a vehicle including an RV.
I think the rules apply to vehicles, as being inhumane due to heat. As far as in your own home (your trailer is your home, is it not) the only rule I'm aware of is noise from unattended barking, which happens anyway when dogs are left tethered outside. If you can not keep your pet quiet, then as a responsible pet owner you go somewhere where it doesn't annoy anyone. That is what I do.
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Wow! I'm glad my little poms (3) didn't understand human talk and find out how many people hate little dogs

One in particular traveled the world far and wide with us by boat, train, bus and airplane. Once the rules changed and airlines started letting small dogs be in portable kennels if they fit under the seat then she started flying in the cabin with us from Europe to Vancouver. Many people spent 10 hours flying without ever knowing a little dog was under their seat. All she asked in return was to sample a little of the chicken and a little of the beef.

At times it was a challege but no more than having to care for an infant while travelling. Here she is on the edge of the Sahara, happy to be with us and we were happy to do what it took to have her with us.

Come on, lighten up on little dogs, yes, some are yappy but some people and their kids are much more annoying.
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I think the rules apply to vehicles, as being inhumane due to heat. As far as in your own home (your trailer is your home, is it not) the only rule I'm aware of is noise from unattended barking, which happens anyway when dogs are left tethered outside. If you can not keep your pet quiet, then as a responsible pet owner you go somewhere where it doesn't annoy anyone. That is what I do.
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Lets try and be civil here in discussing your opinions vs attacking others for voicing theirs, thank you.
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Where is it written you can not leave you pet inside your airconditioned trailer?
I know minnesota state parks 6' leash max, can't be left unattended at any time, can't be by the beach, etc.
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Did you read the text? It addresses keeping your pet on lead outside, not inside your trailer.
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Did you read the text? It addresses keeping your pet on lead outside, not inside your trailer.
"While pet regulations may vary somewhat from park to park, the standard policy in most national parks is that pets must be leashed or physically restrained at all times and pet leashes may be no longer than six feet in length. In addition, pets may not be left unattended, tied or physically confined."

Jim, maybe to didn't read the last sentence of the second paragraph.
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I know minnesota state parks 6' leash max, can't be left unattended at any time, can't be by the beach, etc.
Again, this addresses the issue outside not inside your home or rv. Is the topic walking your dog or bringing your dog with you and keeping it inside? I agree that when my dogs are with me at my campsite and other owners walk their dogs as if on a parade, this upsets all the other animals. You should try to keep your pet away from others, if possible, not all pets are friendly to each other.
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"While pet regulations may vary somewhat from park to park, the standard policy in most national parks is that pets must be leashed or physically restrained at all times and pet leashes may be no longer than six feet in length. In addition, pets may not be left unattended, tied or physically confined."

Jim, maybe to didn't read the last sentence of the second paragraph.
I'm not going to argue with you Byron, but I do not read this the same as you, so we can agree to disagree.
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Again, this addresses the issue outside not inside your home or rv. Is the topic walking your dog or bringing your dog with you and keeping it inside? I agree that when my dogs are with me at my campsite and other owners walk their dogs as if on a parade, this upsets all the other animals. You should try to keep your pet away from others, if possible, not all pets are friendly to each other.
No, it doesn't. They can't be unattended, PERIOD. We were even told that technically, my sisters dogs couldn't be tied up at their campsite while they were 60' away at my site (the rangers said they didn't push the issue, though). They always moved their dogs when they came over.

I also read the national one the same way as byron.
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Wow! I'm glad my little poms (3) didn't understand human talk and find out how many people hate little dogs
I don't dislike any dogs based on size, some just get on my crap list for behavior, but I blame the owners and not the dogs!
I also dislike loud kids, BMX bikers terraforming the campsite next to mine (at Chilliwack Lake), loud drunks and people that only see things in black and white and never see the grey.
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Here's an example of the difference...kansas rules:

  1. Pets must always be restrained by a camper, cage, hand-held leash, or tethered chain no longer than 10 feet. They are not allowed on swimming beaches or swimming areas that are delineated by buoys or other markers or in public buildings or structures. Dogs participating in authorized activities or assisting the visually or hearing impaired are not subject to these restrictions.
In kansas they can be left alone.
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I don't dislike any dogs based on size, some just get on my crap list for behavior, but I blame the owners and not the dogs!
I also dislike loud kids, BMX bikers terraforming the campsite next to mine (at Chilliwack Lake), loud drunks and people that only see things in black and white and never see the grey.
My feelings are if dogs aren't allowed off leash, then they don't go off leash, period.

At the same time, if they're behaving, I'm not going to complain about it. Unfortunately, many pet owners have a different idea of acceptable, compared to non pet owners. To me, that's leaving a pet unattended in a trailer. You have no idea what it's doing while you're gone.
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When we camp with our dog, and our dog barks at other animals, or people, it annoys me. I'm not so much irritated by the other dogs walking by, as by my dog.
But, my neighbor's cat killing birds in my yard. That really annoys me.
Just thought I would fan the flames.
PS free Beagle to good home....
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