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A great way to boost your RV (recreational vehicle) vacation is to take your furred friend along. A good 61 percent of RV owners state that their dogs make excellent companions on their road trips. Your RV is almost as comfortable as your home and Fido can easily fit in with a little preparation. However, you still need to follow a few rules so that you and your beloved canine have a great trip. We explain these regulations and give you useful tips for traveling in RV with your dog.
Pack Essential Items for Your Dog
Your four-legged friend needs a few important items to love their trip. These include a collar, leash, bedding, toys, medication, cleaning supplies, and food bowl.
Find a Dog-Friendly Campground to Stay At
You should learn and follow the pet policies of each campground that you visit. Quite a few national parks do not allow pets, while others mandate that pets should be leashed when outdoors. Therefore, to avoid issues and stress, call and confirm the pet policies of the campground before you go there.
Ensure Your Dog is Secure
Do not fall for the temptation of letting Fido rest on your lap while the RV is moving. Ensure the safety of your canine by placing them in a crate or seat belt harness when you are driving. Ensure the carrier or crate is secured so that it doesn’t slide about because of the vehicle movement.
Do not leave your pooch alone in the camper but keep them in your vehicle at all times. These safety precautions can make sure your canine companion is secured from injury and you can also avoid distractions while driving.
Exercise Your Pup Regularly
It can be torture for your dog to sit in the RV for many continuous hours. If your vehicle is spacious, your canine can run about and play a bit. If not, you should find pooch-friendly parks on the way so that Fido can stretch and exert themselves. In addition, your furred friend can also use the opportunity to socialize with other pups who are traveling.
Locate Local Vets
Bad things can happen unexpectedly and it’s smart to be ready for them. If Fido goes under the weather, you need to have the resources to quickly find a local vet for treatment. You can, of course, use your smartphone, but it’s also good to do some research before departure.
Plan your travel route so that it’s close to a town at all times to enable you to find a vet at short notice if needed. You can also request your regular vet to provide references about a few good doctors in the places where you have planned to travel. This rounds up our useful tips for traveling in an RV with your dog.
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