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Thread: :rolleyes: Doggy style on a houseboat.

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    :rolleyes: Doggy style on a houseboat.

    With that post title I am sure to get some attention!

    For those of you that are cruising with your four footed friends.. How do you handle their needs when on-board and not in a location or position to take a trip to shore so they can do their "business".?

    We have a German Shepherd that loves to hit the water on the boat and we're looking for options...

    We've thought about a bunch of possible solutions.... from putting sod on the back deck (not really) to dog training mats to teaching her how to use the marine head :-)

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    We're still trying to figure out a system. we've tried trays of sand, plastic "turf", and the training mats; but our small (older) dogs ignore all of them. They'd much prefer to go for a ride in the dinghy.

    At least one houseboat rental outfit I know of provides trays for sod... How well they work though I don't know, we haven't tried them yet.
    Last edited by Stmbtwle; 09-10-2012 at 04:41 AM.

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