In addition to the posts I would recommend you bring some form of either actual breed registration if your dog is pure bred or a note from your veterinarian as to the dogs breed. The reason is many campgrounds, some towns and counties do not permit Pit Bulls or Pit mixes.
Our new adopted dog with her big head is mistaken at times for a Pit mix and we were asked, (politely) by a campground owner if she was part Pit. She is not, we had her papers and our other dogs papers with us to prove her genetics. I have been told that Pit or Pit mixes can be confiscated in places like Dade County FL. I was told this by a hotel staff member where we stayed with both dogs.
We also carry all their shot records, chip information as well as the required tags we have a tag that says "I am a chipped dog". Our reason for the tag is both their chips have migrated from their back down their right foreleg. Being a volunteer trainer at a dog rescue we have discovered this with a lot of dogs and unfortunately many shelters and rescues as well as animal control people only check the back of the dogs.
Bud & Alice (Bud posts)
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