From the bloggers at Good Life RV.
It’s the American Dream, done the Good Life style. A nice house, a white picket fence, a couple of kids, the family pet and one big, bad RV parked just a few feet away. Sounds pretty darn good, right? You bet it does! But, when it comes time to spin those RV’s wheels to a campground paradise, is it best to leave your pet at home, or should you bring Rover along with you in your RV?
For most pet owners, that furry friend is another member of the family. And, since we’re animal lovers, too, the answer to us is pretty clear. Yes, you should bring your pet camping in your RV. Here are some things that you might want to take into consideration, though, before you pack up your pet’s bowls and toys for their first RV retreat.
Choosing the right destination is, obviously, key when it comes to any RV vacation but even more so when you’re bringing your pet with you. Most campgrounds do allow pets but there are some that restrict Fido from being a fellow camper, so you’ll want to make certain you’re aware of the restrictions your destination may have.
To make things easy, check out this site that boasts a huge list of pet-friendly RV resorts and campgrounds in the United States. When you plan your trip, you might also want to pick out some spots for Spot’s needed ‘breaks.’
To read the full story by Good Life RV, click here.