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kgrove 08-19-2013 01:33 PM

Dogs on boat
 
Looking for experience with dogs on a boat.... Any problems with their feet damaging the vinyl? Any other considerations before I allow the family dog out on the water with us?

lukedeuce 08-19-2013 01:38 PM

I have had our two boxers on the boat with no issues. Someone once posted some dog nail protectors that were made more for hardwood floors, but would still work for the vinyl. Someone will come along with the website soon....

TxsRiverRat 08-19-2013 01:39 PM

no dog will ever go on my boat ever

VP46 08-19-2013 01:43 PM

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Originally Posted by TxsRiverRat (Post 969922)
no dog will ever go on my boat ever

No dog on my boat, no dog hair on my boat.....

CruisinGA 08-19-2013 01:47 PM

Neighbor brought his black lab on the boat without asking... What a mess

Our dog is small and does not shed. Comes along for cruises

Turnandburn 08-19-2013 01:47 PM

I have repaired every nick and scratch on my show room condition 2006 PS197 and before I procured a lab last year the carpet was immaculate; however, I love having my dog, hair and toenails be damned, on my boat. No punctures to the vinyl yet. She scratches the teak platform somewhat but it sands out nicely. I try to keep her toenails trimmed. I just got a Dremmel for that purpose. The hair shedding is a pain, but it's just hair. She loves watching me ski from the observer's seat. I suggest a Ruffwear life jacket. Check out my recent post on Mans Best Friend thread for a photo of her jumping off my boat. Go for it!

fletch_n_me 08-19-2013 02:00 PM

VP46 - are you an Orion guy? My brother flew P-3s with '46 out of Moffatt for years till they shipped him to Pax River.

Anyway, my German Shepherd had better boating manners than any other member of the family - he used to go lay on the back seat even when the boat was tied to the dock. Now I have 2 dachshunds that love riding in the boat. The way I look at it, they are members of the family and we love having them with us. They make much less of a mess than small kids...

Traxx822 08-19-2013 02:26 PM

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I love to take my dog for a cruise. Only after she is fresh from the groomer and it's early enough she won't overheat. Siberian Husky.

I have all new interior so I was nervous at first, but no punctures yet.

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scott023 08-19-2013 02:46 PM

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Originally Posted by VP46 (Post 969925)
No dog on my boat, no dog hair on my boat.....

Took our boxer out once. That was the last time. :D

Traxx822 08-19-2013 02:52 PM

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Originally Posted by scott023 (Post 969950)
Took our boxer out once. That was the last time. :D

A boxer I would understand. They can get a bit bouncy lol.

Have lots of friends with boxers and they are a bundle of happy dog.

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