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Old 04-07-2018, 02:18 PM   #29
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A Great Dane

No, make that two Great Danes!
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Old 04-07-2018, 03:13 PM   #30
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Well, the picture below shows the second of the breed (Sloughi) we have spent a month each year with in our 19' Bambi. You love your dog? Then any breed or size is suited.

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Had never heard of a Sloughi. Had to look up the breed. Very cool dog.
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Old 04-07-2018, 03:55 PM   #31
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Our Hanni, adopted last fall from the kill shelter, is a Siberian Husky. Lovable, kind of crazy, very much a part of the family, and very much enjoying the new-to-us moho.

And then there's the downside. She sheds like crazy. And she has declared the big couch on the moho as her property. We can live without the couch. And while at home, the Derwisch runs daily to keep up. Alas, the Derwisch does not run in the moho.


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Old 04-07-2018, 06:15 PM   #32
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I'm not sure there's any dog that isn't ideal for an Airstream.

I'm partial to rescued Bloodhounds - but go with whatever you can snag at a shelter. You won't be sorry.

Here's Daisy snuggling with her Lambchop....she loves her silver dog house!

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Old 04-07-2018, 09:26 PM   #33
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Cisco

Cisco, our Golden Doodle, loves to be with us where ever we are. He’s smart as a whip, doesn’t shed, and is a great guard dog! A little spoiled, though.
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Soft coated wheaten Terrier spade female are only allowed in our 18 Globetrotter. No smell, no shed 35 lbs of pure love.
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Old 04-08-2018, 09:27 AM   #35
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We have 2 Yorkies. Brother and sister, 3 years old. Never seen anything they won't bark at! Don't shed and both like the cuddle, especially on their back.
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Old 04-08-2018, 11:57 AM   #36
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Spoiled? Na, they only smell like that occasionally. A trip to the groomer usually cures that issue.
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Old 04-08-2018, 01:52 PM   #37
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Old 04-08-2018, 10:49 PM   #38
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Best dog for Airstream

The standard poodle is a great choice as they are smart, travel well, friendly yet protective and can help drive when needed.
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Old 04-09-2018, 08:14 PM   #39
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Is there a breed of dog suited to an Airstream?

Nancy and Lupe wait in bed until I get the furnace going and make coffee.

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Under 20#. Non shedding. Well trained. Only barks when sensing danger. Will protect you and your loved ones without hesitation. Doesn't beg at the dinner table. Bathes itself and cleans up any dog piles it leaves. Spayed female.
Lets see...
Under #20... Nope
Non-shedding... Nope
Well Trained... Nope
Only Barks when sensing danger... Yup
Will protect you and your loved ones... Yup
Doesn't beg at the dinner table... Nope
Bathes itself... Nope
Cleans up dog piles... Nope
Spayed Female...Yup

6 Nopes and 3 Yups

I would say Nope to Akitas
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Okay, the truth is if you haven't already fallen in love with a pooch, the ideal one will not shed, weigh 50 pounds or less, loves people, is trained, is a rescue dog, and doesn't bark too much.
The 50 pounds I picked because they have to get in and out of the TV a lot, and lifting them is not so easy. Too small and they fall into that "toy dog" (sorry) category.
Do Border Collies shed a lot? They seem perfect!
Of course, Molly is my favorite, but she generates enough hair every day to make another dog soon. I've become an expert on vacuums. And at 74 pounds, she's a handful if she decides she doesn't want to get in the truck.
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Do Border Collies shed a lot? They seem perfect!

I don't know about short-haired ones, but long-haired border collies shed as much as any other long-haired dog. After not brushing Lupe for a few days, we can brush out enough hair to fill a gallon sized plastic bag. She is a good little traveling companion, though, as long as she can be the center of attention, which goes for pretty much everything else in her life. I think the border collies one hears about with behavior problems are ones that have been ignored or left alone too much, which they don't tolerate well. They are very active and need to be exercised several times a day; they will remind you if it is time for a walk. That is a good thing if you are getting older and need the extra nudge to get some exercise, but can be a little trying on a long trip with only enough time for a few potty breaks during the day.
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