Now he could guard the girls' tent and not frighten the other dogs walking the campground. He rarely barked at people, but all dogs got barked at (with his tail usually wagging). One toddler without supervision did almost walk into our campsite, startling Tarik and scaring us, as we didn't expect it. Poor child was petrified when Tarik barked and stood! Anatolians must be under control at all times in public, even when you're kicked back and relaxing, since you never know what might happen!
I think this tree just might hold him!
All looks well and settled . . . We put him in the kennel each night, lucky for the drunk who wandered into our campsite at 1 a.m. He left when I hollared, "What are you doing in our campsiste?" and Tarik started barking!