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Post Info TOPIC: help me find a good corral system for my dog?

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help me find a good corral system for my dog?

something to keep in mind using a corral system .........most if not all parks and campgrounds require a physical tether and someone with the animal...(being inside , does not count)

an animal contained in a pen is nice but not considered on a leash and could and has resulted in being ejected from a park.........our opinion on the issue does not count , most parks in black and white when you register have this written in their rules...

I am also a dog owner..(hate that word)..I understand your position and the parks.....unfortunately some have spoiled it for all, and animals just like us have their own protection methods and territories and will stand ground when they feel violated the only way they can no matter what we think........Children love dogs and will walk right up thinking its ok to love them and pet them , adults also.......no matter what type of animal it is or how well it is trained it will react if startled or feels threatened ......All animals do this including us...the parks liability becomes an issue when it occurs 

answer to your original question..

metal panel systems used for shows are excellent choices and can be added to to make larger areas and are collapsible for travel and storage......some also come with gates and port holes to accept kennel systems

-- Edited by Lucky Mike on Tuesday 16th of July 2013 08:19:26 AM


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we are beginning snowbird travelers and one issue i find a pain for me and miss sabrina is respecting leash laws and keeping her safely contained in my site while not tying her. 

tying her is lousy for all, she hates it and gets tangled in the chairs and such, so a corral we can leave up for a few months or collapse for travel is what i seek.

ideally i could enclose our entire site, rv and all with panels and maybe bring a smaller version for over the road.

she's older and not going to test her boundaries, so it doesn't need to be huge and/or super secure. 

there are a mazillion on the market--would really appreciate some recomendations.

thanks folks--happy trails!!


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A park we stay at often many of the RV'ers use these:

portable-dog-pens.com/   The panels/pen at the bottom of the page.

Extra panels can be added to make the pen as large as needed.

-- Edited by The Bear II on Wednesday 17th of July 2013 02:54:53 PM


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We use "X" pens for our dogs....when walked they are on lead - always.

X pens can be purchased from most pet supply stores or online I reckon


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This would likely not be a viable option in an RV park, but if one is staying for months, a mobile home park might allow one to use temporary fence panels as a fence.  The biggest problem with these would be a gate.

Lowes No Dig 44" by 36" Black/Power-Coated Steel Fence Panel

We are in a mobile home park with the good fortune of having existing fencing on 2 1/2 sides of our lot.  That eliminated us having to buy a whole lot of these panels, but we still have a good sized yard for the dogs.



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