Hi my name is Nala. Gypsy and LoneStar love to take me camping.
Most every campground we go to people have their pets with them. All the parks we have visited have several rules that must be abided by:
All dogs on leash
No dogs left outside camper unattended. Must be tied or kenneled.
Clean up after pet
Noisy and out of control pets are not tolerated. All dogs bark to communicate but nuisciance barking is annoying to all others in the campground.
I was only 8 weeks old here and stayed in my kennel while we traveled. I even slept there at night. As long as I had toys I was happy.
They put a soft cushion between the seats and that’s where I lay while we were on the road. I matured real fast and no longer needed the kennel along on trips.
I like to go camping and meet new friends. So far, most dogs I met in RV parks are friendly but my Gypsy always asks the pet owner if their dog is friendly towards people and other dogs. Never assume, just because they have their dog in an RV park, that he/she is friendly.
I am not sure about this. They put this vest on me. Little did I know it involved me going in the water. I was only 10 weeks old here.
Click this link to watch my video, I did pretty well for my first time swimming.
No body told me I would have to have baths while we were traveling. Kate keeps me warm in a towel and dries me off.
Ten Pin always brings my cousin Hook camping. I love playing with him even though he is quite a bit bigger than me.
Hook is such a gentle giant.
Click on this link to see Hook and I playing
Ever since I can remember, I love to play with sticks. As I grow, so do the sticks (logs) I try and conquer.
Yes, I even like cats, although they don’t like me very much. All I want to do is play. This is Buddah. We are up at the Albee’s Little Sand Lake Resort II.
Click on this link to see us play.
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