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Post by Stamford13 on Wed Jul 27 2016, 11:45

*RANT* So ive been looking up holidays in this country so I don't have to leave my baby behind. Just about to book one in Isle of Wight with hoseasons and low and behold in the small print, dogs that are not permitted. Of course the staffordshire bull terrier is right up there along with rotties, dobes and alsations. It annoys me so much that they are not even a banned breed and are probably one of the most affectionate dogs you will find. From experience I've found its the little yapping fur balls that cause the conflict but God forbid your staffy let's them know it's not ok because after all they are devil dogs so it's always their fault. I don't want to leave him so I have told the kids no holidays for the next 13 years sorry. If only these places could see him now curled up in a ball snoring, more of a danger to himself than anyone else! Makes me sooooooooo angry! *RANT OVER*

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Post by AussieStaff on Wed Jul 27 2016, 11:59

I feel your pain !!! Peeves me off to no end. I'd rather not holiday than not be able to take him with me. We're all with you on this one trust me ! hypnotised


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Post by Stamford13 on Wed Jul 27 2016, 13:19

Thanks I know there are many people out here that know there true nature. These people who use them as status dogs are just as stupid. The only reason these dogs attack is because they're loyal and obedient so if you train them and ask them to attack they will because they want to please you, the ones who are brought up right are more scared of us than we are of them. In France they are classed as guard dogs, don't make me laugh the only thing they guard is food. These dogs need to come with a serious warning. BEWARE MAY LICK YOU TO DEATH!

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Post by Dukes Momma on Wed Jul 27 2016, 13:25

We always took ours camping or caravaning, but now we are older we have a motor home and it works well, dogs on leads are usually welcome on camp sites
Some privately rented cottages allow dogs too, it's worth looking around. Smile Smile
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Post by -Ian- on Wed Jul 27 2016, 16:57

Hi ya, welcome to the forum from Flo and me Big Grin

I didn't realise that Hoseasons had a clause like that Surprised we've not been to one of those sites since my kids are older and we didn't have Flo when they were younger but I'm still surprised.

There are loads of cottage lets where you can take Staffies, we are in one right now in the beautiful Forest of Dean and have taken Flo to many cottages over the last few years, just google dog friendly cottages and you'll be fine, not so good if you've got little uns that would have enjoyed the kids clubs though.

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Post by Mia05 on Wed Jul 27 2016, 18:14

id rather no holiday as id worry about mia happy to go without not that I can afford a holiday shes worth the sacrafice arent all our dogs of course they are xx

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Post by LizP on Wed Jul 27 2016, 20:25

We take our dogs to France with us without any problem. It's much easier to find places that will take more than 2 dogs there and we've not had any adverse reactions from anyone.

If Hoseasons is daft about staffies, just take your business elsewhere. There are plenty of other options Smile


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