A million thoughts must go through your head when leaving your dog alone in your RV. How is your pup dealing with his separation anxiety during your absence? Does your dog get scared easily? Will he get you kicked out of the campground when you get back due to his constant barking? Is he ripping down the walls in your camper? Will you actually have an RV left when you return? All these questions must be going through your mind while you’re away from your camper.
With the exception of service dogs, many campgrounds are banning dogs all together. But why are even responsible dog owners who have well-behaved dogs being told, ‘your dog is not welcome here’. Is it because of liability, legal issues or is it something else?
RVs and boats are small to begin with, so there’s really no need to drag a big honkin’ vacuum cleaner around two do small cleaning jobs. This is where handheld vacuum cleaners are best
If you have an RV or camper van, a portable handheld vacuum cleaner is really all you need to clean your small interior spaces. And these handheld vacuum cleaners are so adorably compact. Not only do they get the job done, these little dirt suckers are super convenient to store in small compartments in your RV, boat or the trunk of your car.
Cats love to go on adventures! But you need to introduce them to cat carriers for travel well ahead of your road trip so they’ll get accustomed to riding in the car or RV. Then, once they master traveling in a pet carrier, they’ll want to go on more! But, to keep them safe during your travels and outdoor adventures. Today, there’s all sorts of cat carriers, kennels, cat back packs, pet strollers that you can take your cat with you virtually anywhere!
Camping with restricted dog breeds could end up costing you a chance at getting a campsite at any given campground and even certain municipalities. While some dog owners think this is a discriminatory practice of disallowing known aggressive breeds of dogs, it really is an issue that campgrounds have no control over.
Going on a road trip with cats can be a fun and adventurous experience for both of you! Or, it can end up being a total stressful crap shoot that will make you both taking the next exit to head back home. However, if you know how to prepare and care for your cat before taking them on a long-distance road trip, your dream adventure can come true!
Does your cat like to go camping with you? If so, do you leash your cat or allow him to explore on his own? If you do allow your cat to roam or free range, you may want to read this because your cat’s life depends on it.
As full-time RVers who travel with cats, the most asked question is “where do you put the cat litter box in your RV?” Well, if you’re hindering your decision on which RV to buy vs. how to accommodate your feline friend, or you’re just stumped on what is the best location to hide the litter box, THIS is just the place to get that information!
Since the day we started the full-time RV lifestyle, one of our most asked questions is how we keep our cats from scratching furniture in our RV. Trust me, it’s not easy simply because it’s a cat’s natural instinct to use their claws for everything; from grabbing food, snagging their prey, climbing, and self soothing. But, there are useful ways to help prevent them from clawing up your RV furniture without harming them.
For those who think that the full-time RV lifestyle is a perpetual vacation living in the lap of luxury, let’s just say, that’s a big fat lie! There are challenges you better be ready for. If you don’t believe me, you’ll want to read about the day we almost quit RVing after driving our own highway to hell.