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  1. Dogs love RV Living also! Traveling with dogs can be difficult. But they get to be with you even more while discovering new sniffs, places and sticks to chew on! There are some things to consider. We finally introduce you to our two dogs Blue and Zamboni. Going into their back stories, likes and dislikes. Towards the end of the video (Time Stamps)we go over pros and cons of RVing with pets. Boondocking, BLM and general camping with your pets and what to be aware of. Hope you enjoy our super cute pups! We absolutely love them.
  2. I've just published a 45 page resource booklet that has over 50 photos and also clickable links. For anyone who travels with pets or is thinking about traveling with pets, this booklet will be useful to you. This is my story of my first year on the road full time with numerous animals, both domestic and exotic, with lots of reference material included. Topics include how to find places to park and what your choices are; shopping; sightseeing; supplies; emergencies; and more. Authored by the owner of AnimalsAboard.com travel blog with over 50 pet-friendly reviews. $.99 as a digital dow
  3. castlewood57

    Pets & Trucks

    Looks like we may start looking in earnest this year for a truck, we've already got the 5th wheel decided. But wife wants to just take the truck on a few weekend jaunts to get the dogs used to the new mode of travel. I have 2 dogs both about 70 pounds and really don't want to hoist them up into the cab using armstrong power. So what are people using for ramps or stairs for pets. Wife and I can both get in ok, but lugging dogs in and out is going to get old really quick for me. Especially since I have one that likes to fling itself off the couch at me like Dino jumping on Fred Flintst
  4. We RV with 2 beagles, now unfortunately only one. I wrote up a blog post recently with some tips from what we have learned RVing all over the country with them. Hopefully it can help out those that are new to the whole RV scene and bring their dogs with them. IntroductionAnne and I have traveled many times with our two beagles along with us, Oscar a 45 lb. male and Angie a much smaller 20 lb. female. It is one of the reasons we decided to see North America in an RV. We desired to embark on a one year trip and couldn't imagine leaving our beloved pets at home. We don’t have children
  5. 2 questions. Are there showers on the fairgrounds that the boondockers can use? #2, are dogs allowed in any of the seminars? Or where are they allowed or not. Thanks so much.
  6. Our furry friends can travel in style too...I don't know if they make one large enough for our German Shepard...But this is definitely on his wish list
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