Boondocking is an RVing style involving camping on public lands that requires the camper to provide everything they need for power, water, and waste disposal. It has many benefits, such as more space and privacy, and cost savings.
Off-leash dogs are ruining the boondocking experience for many RVers, as they can trigger anxiety and stress. Additionally, they can scare wildlife and other animals, who have the right to enjoy the land without being harassed.
Not picking up after your dog when they use the restroom is a sign of a careless dog owner. The boondocker who comes to the site after you should not want to clean up a mess that doesn't belong to them, so you should do your best to leave no trace.