If you own pets (or if they own you), taking an extended RV trip without them would be unthinkable. Being able to take our pets along with us was the number 2 reason we opted for getting an RV. (I’m not sure what the number 1 reason was).

Traveling with pets can make your RVing experience very gratifying. But, if you don’t plan well for it, it can make you c-r-a-z-y! So don’t throw your pets in the RV at the last minute without considering that they are people, too, and deserve special care and attention to their needs.

Most dogs take readily to RV travel and enjoy the trip as much as other family members. As long as you stop every couple of hours and take them out for some exercise and to take care of their personal business, they are good to go. But there are exceptions–some have problems adjusting to all the new surroundings and get stressed out. Typically quiet dogs might become incessant barkers and exhibit behavior you have never seen before. If you don’t know how your dog reacts to travel, you should consider taking him on some short trips before embarking on a journey. Another consideration is keeping your best friends clean. No matter how hard you try, you cannot keep a wet dog from smelling like a wet dog. Put that wet dog into a confined place, like a motorhome or camping trailer–and you are going to have some unhappy campers. … Read More >>>

Know the Useful Tips on How to Make Your Dog Car Friendly

If we talk about the dogs who are the real and the loyal most friends of the human beings, travelling is not a fun at all. It results in to a great deal of anxiety for some of them. They usually fear from travelling long distances by cars and the same can produce shaking, drooling and even vomiting as well.

We commonly call it as car sickness that occurs due to the fear, anxiety, car noise, motion and pollution. Below are certain tips that can help you in preventing these panic situations amongst the dogs;

1. Make Your Pet Comfortable With The Car

Try to make your dog car friendly by getting to the car together for treats and spending fun time with in the car. To make this delightful or positive experiences do not go for the car running just make it parked. You can do this frequently on several occasions and in this way you can overcome the car fear of your dog.

2. Make Your Pet Used To The Car Traveling

Undoubtedly making your four leg friend used to of the car rides is really a tough task as it takes a lot of pain to ensure them that they are in a safe condition. At the time you start your car and if your dog looks nervous give him a treat before starting and after you start driving and finally do not forget to pamper him.

3. Make Your Dog Familiar With The Car Motion

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