From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
Terry and I love animals and always have. I’m partial to German shepherds and have been owned by several fine ones over the years. When we got together Terry had two dogs, an Australian Shepherd and a Siberian Husky, as well as several cats.
When we hit the road we found new homes for all of them except one cat, Sasquatch, who traveled with us for many years before he passed on. That’s been about 10 years ago, and we made the conscious decision not to have any more pets after she lost him. As working RVers, we spend a lot of time away from the motorhome and don’t feel it’s fair to a pet to have it spend a large portion of its life alone in the small confines of a motorhome.
That’s just the choice that works for us at this point in our lives. But we know many RVers who travel with one, two, or even more pets. Something that a lot of new RVing pet owners don’t understand is that there is a big difference between living in a sticks and bricks house with pets and doing it on the road. Let’s look at some of the things you should be aware of if you decide to travel with pets.
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