From the writers at RV Life Magazine.
During our travels we’ve seen critters ranging from iguanas to monkeys enjoying life on the road with their humans. If you’re considering full-time RVing but aren’t sure how your pets will cope with this significant change, rest assured that most animals quickly adapt to the lifestyle.
After all, domestic pets don’t care where they live, just who they live with—and your pets want that person to be you. Once you hit the road together it’s not hard to find excellent veterinarians as long as you know where to look. This month I want to share what we’ve learned about caring for the medical needs of companion animals on the open road.
Before I get started, please remember that if you ever suspect your animal needs to receive veterinary care, go with your instinct and get help quickly.
To read the full story in RV Life Magazine, click here.