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    Default Re: How do bullys do at high elevation?

    I read somewhere never allow a bully to fly cos they candle the pressure..is there any truth to this?

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    Default Re: How do bullys do at high elevation?

    The "No Pets" rule is implemented at all national parks, or so it seems.
    But it was a good, albeit short trip - a cute little ranger named Anita (same as my beloved Mother-in-Law (RIP)) talked me into get an Access pass.
    Access pass allowed people with disabilities free access to all national parks (I told Anita I wasn't ready for that yet but after I gave her my long list, she was quite persuasive).
    Next time, Carmel by the sea! The most dog friendly town on earth. Spectacular scenary. Cool enough for bullies too. Dogs all over the beach and dog friendly restraunts.
    Easier too on The Awesome Power (SRT-4) who at 106,000 miles may soon need a head gasket because with the A/C on, she almost overheated going up the 8000' hills.
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    Default Re: How do bullys do at high elevation?

    ps
    Here's some pics at 4000'.
    WB was fine with the elevation but the heat was a worry so we left.
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    Default Re: How do bullys do at high elevation?

    Quote Originally Posted by Starkie View Post
    The "No Pets" rule is implemented at all national parks, or so it seems.
    But it was a good, albeit short trip - a cute little ranger named Anita (same as my beloved Mother-in-Law (RIP)) talked me into get an Access pass.
    Access pass allowed people with disabilities free access to all national parks (I told Anita I wasn't ready for that yet but after I gave her my long list, she was quite persuasive).
    Next time, Carmel by the sea! The most dog friendly town on earth. Spectacular scenary. Cool enough for bullies too. Dogs all over the beach and dog friendly restraunts.
    Easier too on The Awesome Power (SRT-4) who at 106,000 miles may soon need a head gasket because with the A/C on, she almost overheated going up the 8000' hills.
    I'm actually looking into Carmel instead of Bishop or Mammoth for September! Very, very dog friendly indeed! Also looking at San Diego. I love the pictures you posted too.




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    Default Re: How do bullys do at high elevation?

    We live prety high up. I'm not sure how high, but Ella does ok.
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