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For those of you who are unfamiliar with a picket line, it is a long cable that has a series of short “drop” cables. That way, you can connect a series of dogs to the line at one time. We posted this picture of The Herd on a picket line yesterday on our Facebook Page shortly after arriving at the campsite.
When we are camping, like we are this weekend at Big Ridge State Park, it is critical that the dogs know how to behave on the picket line. Since this is Typhoon’s first RV trip with us, he is working hard at getting used to the rules of camping. The first rule is to stay quiet on the line and not get distracted with all of the movement going on around you in the campground.
Ok, so he might need a little more practice.
P.S. – He actually did quite well. Only once did he have to go inside the RV to his crate because he was making too much noise. Really good for a rookie.
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