Doggy friendly motorhome

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by geoff1947, Nov 3, 2009.

  1. geoff1947

    geoff1947

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    Did you see the article in Mail on Sunday 2 re hiring a motorhome with a garage fitted out for dogs See Bark n Ride They live better than we do:Eeek:
     
  2. dazzer

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    What ever next :Doh:

    The wheels have officially fallen off. As if dogs are not a big enough pain on campsites (barking till all hours and leaving their lovely calling cards all over the place) they now build a motorhome that encourages them :Eeek:

    Ill run for cover now shall I :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
  3. haganap

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    Excellent, what a great idea. Simple enough conversion on the carioca but a great idea. :thumb:
     
  4. Cannons

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    I love this idea. Hubby and I were talking about converting the underneath end of our fixed bed to make a kennel for out old dog, who doesn't travel that well, bless her. We thought, given we potentially have a new puppy on the way, that it would be a great way for the dogs to travel. I have seen caravan convertions where the underseat storage space is used for the same purpose. Depends on the size of dog though::bigsmile:

    By the way, we are never without a poo bag and our dog doesn't bark!!
     
  5. tofo

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    We go on sites
    our two jack russel crosses
    stop barking till we get home
    and the bloomin kids start winding them up
    and we are never wivout a bag or two
    for barkers egg collecting
    never leave them in the van on their own
    went to a site owner said only prob is your two dogs
    I said if anyone complains about barkers eggs or barking
    tell us and we.
    Will leave he never came back but said we could
    unfortunatley there is sorts of dog owners
    and responsible keepers of dogs
    same as kids in many respects
     
  6. Supertractorman

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    We visited one C & CC site and watched a Managers wife walk her cat on a lead, and watched it dig a hole and do its business, but no bag came forth to lift the Poo from a hole in the grass. Are cats exempt in the rules from being cleaned up afterwards !!. :Sad:
     
  7. Cannons

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    I should think that if you travel with any pet you should clear up after it.

    We were on a CL in Dorset earlier this year and a neighboring caravan had a cat, on a tie out lead, it drove our dog insane!!

    On that same break there was a woman feeding her kitty in a basket pieces of her cream tea:ROFLMAO:.
     
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