Camping with Dogs – Campground Etiquette

Camping with Dogs – Campground Etiquette

By Julee Meltzer and Jack Meltzer

Camping Etiquette for Dogs

1) Always keep your dog on a leash:

This sounds so trite and as a dog owner you have heard it time and time again. But, it is one of the most common problems. There are a number of issues associated with letting your dog off-leash in a campground. First, they could get lost while running after a rabbit, deer, or coyote. Second, there might be a bigger, dog-aggressive dog tied up in the next campsite that could eat your dog for lunch. Third, you are giving the rest of us a bad rap and the campground might decide to ban dogs. Enough said, I hope.

2) Call ahead:

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    Great tips about camping with pets. I know most campgrounds allow pets but like you said its very important to keep your dog on a leash. I can imagine, like you said, dogs getting excited and running after little critters and possibly getting injured or hurt. Or hurting the poor little bunny.

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