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Member since 01 Mar 2009
Member from Carterton
The complete travel guide hasn't been updated yet by the look of their website so the last version is 2006...
Member since 26 Nov 2006
Member from Dobson
I used to show a Samoyed and traveled all over with him. When I rang to book, either a motel or a holiday park, I always used to say, before you say yes, we are coming to a dog show and we have a dog. I was never turned down. We arrived at one place and there was a big sign saying no dogs allowed, but they had accepted our booking with a dog. A lot of places have these signs up so they can turn people down if they have what they consider a dog that may be a risk to others, eg, pitbull etc. It gives them discretion without causing offence.
Member since 29 Jun 2006
Member from Pukekohe East
Post deleted at 17 Jul 2009 7:05am by Cresty
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