In order to ensure a pleasant experience for both of you, start by considering these behaviors to determine whether or not to bring your pet when traveling by RV.
RV is different than the car, So it’s a good idea to take a test run to see how your pet does before hitting the road for an extended period.
If your pet seems overly anxious like panting or crying then you should consider that your pet may be more content at home while you’re out on your adventure.
Is he eager to determine the comfort explore when you reach behavior your destination? Or does she stay close to his crate/carrier?
Eating and going potty
If your pet is not eating well you travel. This is another indication they are stressed out. Likewise, if a routine potty becomes very different, this is also a reflection of stress.
Checklists while you travel with Pets
Dogs are great travel companions, as long as you think ahead of their travel needs. Check out this travel do’s and Don’ts to help your dog stay happy for the long haul.
✅Copies of Veterinary shot records
✅ Vet-prescribed medicines
✅First aid kit
✅Extra leash and collar
✅Food bowl, water bottle
✅Mini fans for dogs
✅Keep your pet hydrated
✅Keep the AC/Heater on according to the climate
✅Inform a friend while your pet is alone
✅Choose a pet-friendly hotel/cafe
✅ Micro-chip your pet
✅Stop frequently for potty breaks
✅Use a Pet Monitor to check ambient temperatures
❌Leave your pet unattended in RV/Car
❌Let your pet hang out of window
❌Keep the car/RV closed