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RE: Blocking behind TT steps

Vinyl lattice cut to the right size and shape to bridge the gap between the xpen panels behind the steps. If the lattice openings won’t work with snaps or carabiners, you can drill holes in the vinyl. Good luck at your upcoming events; we’ll be competing next weekend.
BCSnob 07/06/19 07:55pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Power Co Tree Trimmers Let Wendy Loose

We have had is with Asphludh in the past
BCSnob 07/03/19 03:38pm RV Pet Stop
Power Co Tree Trimmers Let Wendy Loose

Wife looked out kitchen window to see two Asphludh trucks driving into field (without asking) and in the process let Wendy loose. No one came to let wife know Wendy was out. Wife happen to see Wendy in neighbors field and was able to catch her. Asphludh was crossing our field to access State land where the power lines run. They’ve been told repeatedly there is road access to the state land on the other side of the state land. It’s easier for them to trespass across our land to access the state land.
BCSnob 07/03/19 03:20pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Out the window

Tethered to the front of the bed will prevent neck injuries due to sudden stops; dog will travel towards the tether. Neither tethering or loose in a shell will prevent impact injuries due to a sudden stop. Both options are unsafe. Easy to come up with safe options to transport one or two dogs; one just has to decide to make it a priority.
BCSnob 07/03/19 03:04pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Out the window

I don’t see how tethering in the bed or loose in a camper shell is any different in terms of safety. Neither provide much limit to the distance the dog may travel before hitting a restraint (bed/camper shell wall or end of tether).
BCSnob 07/03/19 10:54am RV Pet Stop
RE: Out the window

Makes me cringe (for several reasons, including what occurred here) every time I see a dog head sticking out a car window.
BCSnob 07/02/19 04:47pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Camping with Dobermans The dangerous breed list changes with breed popularity.
BCSnob 06/14/19 06:49pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Camping with Dobermans

Yes, you are probably more likely to be bitten by a high strung little yapper than a large dog. But where the yapper may break the skin and cause some bleeding,....So do you consider JRTs little yappers? I think you’d find this small breed (do to the genetics of this breed) can do more damage than you’ve described. Most pet dogs (ones not specifically bred for the breed function) no longer carry the correct complement of behavioral genes to exhibit the expected behaviors which originally defined the breed. This makes accurately predicting behaviors solely based upon appearance (how most people define breeds) difficult at best. Find campgrounds that welcome your dogs and support them; ignore those that don’t welcome your dogs. I personally cannot help you with campground situations, in the 20 some years we’ve been RVing with dogs we’ve never stayed in a campground. We take our RV to dog events; we haven’t taken our dogs camping.
BCSnob 06/14/19 12:10pm RV Pet Stop
RE: First Trip This Season

BJ had a recent checkup and blood test. Liver function was down a little, she’s lost 2 lbs, and the vet was surprised how well she’s doing. She’s holding her own for now; next checkup is in 6months unless something changes.
BCSnob 06/05/19 07:32pm RV Pet Stop
RE: First Trip This Season

There were about 70 dog-handler teams signed up to run; between 20 and 30 chose not to come. The days topped out around 95; fortunately there was a breeze. More fortunate, we ran early on both days (6:30am and 10am). We were “also ran” on the first day (placed in the middle of the pack). The second day we were 10th and 11th. Poor BJ was uncomfortable all weekend; she had developed a uti (on top of her cancer). We left the trial after the end of the runs on Sunday and headed north into the Mts off I77 to a friend’s farm where it was cooler. Our friend is a small/large animal Vet and she addressed BJs uti. BJ was much more comfortable in the cooler temps (so were we) and with her meds. Driving back Memorial Day was not as bad as it could have been.
BCSnob 05/31/19 06:03am RV Pet Stop
RE: Cooper, not good (final update last page)

I am so very sorry for your loss. Mark
BCSnob 05/28/19 08:29pm RV Pet Stop
RE: What!

While this is true I Will withhold judgement on the city's order until I see the ordinance they claim CW is in violation of. Read this
BCSnob 05/21/19 07:46pm Around the Campfire
RE: Dogs and sheep going to church

The sheep visit went well. Every one seemed to enjoy seeing them and watching Grant and Lee working.
BCSnob 05/21/19 01:12pm RV Pet Stop
RE: First Trip This Season

Our next trip will be out your way; Chillicothe IL
BCSnob 05/21/19 10:59am RV Pet Stop
RE: First Trip This Season

I know exactly where this farm is; I grew up in what is now homer glen in a neighborhood at 143rd and Parker rd. My parents also look for the sheep at this farm My parents moved to 143rd and archer rd; we were there for Christmas
BCSnob 05/21/19 10:53am RV Pet Stop

As usual there is more to this story. “The City of Statesville sent Channel 9 a statement saying Gander RV applied to fly a flag far smaller than the one the company put up.” “The city had compromised last year by allowing an exemption for a larger flag than what city ordinance permits, but not the size that Camping World was seeking.” “I don’t care if it goes to $500 a day. It's not coming down,” Marcus Lemonis, CEO and chairman of Camping World and Gander RV, said.
BCSnob 05/21/19 08:56am Around the Campfire

The code was in place, CW asked for a variance which was denied, CW chose to ignore existing code. I have no sympathy for CW choosing to act as if the rules do not apply to them.
BCSnob 05/21/19 08:18am Around the Campfire
First Trip This Season

We’re heading out for our first trip this season; a long Memorial Day weekend a couple of hrs west of Charlotte NC for a sheepdog trial. The trailer has been serviced (maintenance). I will be dewinterizing it today. I need to make sure the generator is ready since it will be in the mid 90s and there is no shade and no hookups in the camping field. Will bring the easy-up and we have a very large shade cloth (big enough to cover the entire van). Grant and Lee seem to be fit and listening well; I’m not sure they are ready for the heat. I’m sure BJ is not ready for the heat (she has multiple tumors in pancreas and liver); we will run AC in camper if she’s not comfortable. Sam & Wendy have plenty of food. The 18 chickens have food. The grass is growing and the spring fed water troughs are flowing so the 200 sheep are set. Hopefully we won’t forget anything; that is always a worry with the first trip of the season. I was checking our route and discovered the satellite view in the apple maps ap was taken during a past year’s event; it shows the campers, the course, and the sheep.
BCSnob 05/21/19 06:02am RV Pet Stop
RE: How long have you been a member of RV net forum?

A year after we ordered our current tow vehicle. Crow and I were newbies at the same time.
BCSnob 05/17/19 08:31am Around the Campfire
RE: Cooper, not good (final update last page)

I am sorry; these are hard diagnoses to get. All we can do is make the most of the time we have with them. Mark
BCSnob 05/13/19 01:51pm RV Pet Stop
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