Whoever said animals and traveling don’t mix have never tried the RV experience. The best thing about traveling in an RV is that you can have your furry best friends tag along every second and every mile. You won’t have to put them in a cage in a scary cargo deck of a plane. Your furry family members will be able to experience the different environments of the country and sleep in a safe place at night or on the road. Just because traveling with your furballs can be a blast doesn’t mean there won’t be any challenges.
Before you hit the road, make sure you have a list of things your animals will need during the trip. Don’t underestimate how much food and water they will go through. You want to have the essentials packed and ready before you even have your things packed. Here’s a list of things to do that will make pet traveling challenges a lot easier.
Everyone with a pet knows that it’s not always fun and games, especially in a small, moving box. Luckily, there are ways to keep your dogs happy and healthy whether it’s a short beach trip or a cross-country adventure.
Being considerate to your family, pets and strangers around you is always a must. Being on good terms with your friendly neighbors will smooth things over by a landslide. Don’t be the reason RV resorts are banning dogs!
The smell of traveling with your furry companion isn’t necessarily the first thing you might think of but it’s possibly the most important. And the worst. Animals shed like crazy and pick up dirt like a magnet. Not to mention the rainy, muddy days…
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