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Deb and Ed M

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Posted: 07/27/19 09:03pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I love the sign - yes, I have a "Social Butterfly", too. Boomer looks like he's having the best time ever!!!

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Posted: 07/28/19 08:56pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have a black Lab,Maggie. She rarely barks. They love her at our bank. They give her biskets and lots of belly rubs.She gets along with people and other dogs. Very docile. But she loves to play ball.

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pnichols wrote:

Here's our camping buddy at home. She doesn't bark now that we've trained her - but at only around 8 lbs. we have to be real watchful when camping that a bird of prey doesn't come down and swoop her up:

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Is she a Havanese?


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brianosaur wrote:

We leave this sign in the passthrough and put it up at the edge of our site at the road.
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Booomer always sat there anyway, dying for attention, so we figured let's make it easy for folks that want to say hello.
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By the end of our stay, usually, half of the campground knows him.
He gets 'shout outs' when we walk around. Kids cant get enough. Adults in golf carts stop just to see him. And people tell us that their spouse sent them over just to read the sign and pet him.


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Great ice breaker, and we are pretty social folks who like being friendly.

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I love it!! Great idea. I may try it myself.
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I just call my lab mix dog "Stupid" everyone loves calling him by that name. The kids think it's great.

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LoudRam wrote:

pnichols wrote:

Here's our camping buddy at home. She doesn't bark now that we've trained her - but at only around 8 lbs. we have to be real watchful when camping that a bird of prey doesn't come down and swoop her up:

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Is she a Havanese?


Yes she is. She's about 2 1/2 years old, she loves to camp, and she is no foo foo dog.

She loves the outdoors and can spend a long time (if we let her) looking and sniffing around ... but always on a leash. If we let her off the leash, she'd chase a deer into the next county and the whole outdoors would wind up stuck in her double coat!!

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pnichols wrote:

LoudRam wrote:

pnichols wrote:

Here's our camping buddy at home. She doesn't bark now that we've trained her - but at only around 8 lbs. we have to be real watchful when camping that a bird of prey doesn't come down and swoop her up:

[image]


Is she a Havanese?


Yes she is. She's about 2 1/2 years old, she loves to camp, and she is no foo foo dog.

She loves the outdoors and can spend a long time (if we let her) looking and sniffing around ... but always on a leash. If we let her off the leash, she'd chase a deer into the next county and the whole outdoors would wind up stuck in her double coat!!


We have a Havanese too. And ours would do the same to a dear, a chipmunk, a rabbit, a squirrel, a groundhog, or anything that runs. Ours is 9 and is still full of energy. They really are great dogs. Very smart to. Almost to smart for their own good.

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