From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
One of the benefits of traveling by RV is the ability to bring along your furry best friend. But traveling with dogs can be challenging. Dogs aren’t allowed everywhere you go, and it can be dangerous to leave them alone in the RV all day while you go out and explore. Even if you keep the air conditioning running, a power outage could put your dogs in an RV oven, leading to heat stroke or even death.
Instead of leaving your dog at home or in the camper, here are few other options to consider:
1. Plan a Dog Friendly Day
David King, owner of Lake George RV Park which features a large dog park, said the number one tip for traveling with your dog is, “A well exercised dog is a happy dog – and then so is the entire family. The confinements of RV’s are on an issue when a dog has been cooped up for too long. Getting your dog out for walk and play time will tire them out so they will rest easy on the campsite and allow their masters more time for other fun activities.”
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