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Posted: 02/12/18 10:42pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Great thread!!


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HA HA just too funny [emoticon] cabin fever, most are waiting for the snows to leave and the trips to begin!

my thoughts are leave the Mrs. at home and keep the dog in the seat beside you!
She won't mind I am sure [emoticon]

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daylilypeople wrote:

Our Jayco seating is controlled by the driver and dog that "has" to sit in the passenger seat.Issue is for the "mrs" there is no other comfortable seat in the unit.Anyone know or has similar issue and I cant leave either one at home.Any serious reply appreciated.
Grow a spine and put the dog some place else. Buy it a bed and put it there. Repeat as necessary. If no other seating in your coach is comfortable, what do you do while camping? Dogs need love and discipline - I feel sorry for yours.


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Crowe wrote:

Treat the dog like a dog and the wife like a human. Dogs get over things-wives don't.


This is about the best advice I think one could give on this topic. Well said!

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The front passenger seat is a very dangerous place to let a dog sit.

IF you really loved your dog you would have it travel in a safer location.

BUT, judging by your question you do not love either your wife nor your dog.


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OP is unfamiliar with the old saying, "happy wife happy life".


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Thanks for all the morning chuckles! A dog in my C could be plenty comfortable under the dinette or on the floor in front of the couch. That's where the kids sit most of the time too.

DW's like the Queen Mother; she sits anywhere she wants, and the crew usually piles around her... while the King blissfully drives the chariot!


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Grit dog wrote:

Great thread!!
Yes. I almost want to thank the OP. [emoticon]


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I solved that problem by never getting married. My dog is easier to get along with then any of the women I ever dated.

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First ever post - I call troll!

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