Published on February 17, 2014
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Train Your Pet for Travel Practice, Practice, Practic e Short Rides through town before will get your pet accustomed to riding in an RV for a long distance trip. Letting your pet become familiar with the space allows him or her be more comfortable inside the vehicle for long periods of time.
Visit Your Vet Don’t take risks! Visit your vet to avoid possible complications. Check for any medications or vaccinations your pet might need before you take off. Documentation for vaccines are required at certain campgrounds. This paperwork verifies your pet is safe to have on the campground, so get it if necessary! Pets can get motion sickness. If your pet showed any signs during your practice trips through town, check with your vet – there may
Purchase a Pet Tag Ensure pet safety and easy recovery if lost. Before leaving for your next trip, you should make sure to buy a tag for your animal. Put your contact information on the tag so the person who finds your pet can safely and easily return your pet to you!
Make Pet Pit-Stops Prevent Anxiety, Prevent Accidents Be sure stop frequently when traveling long distances with your pet. Frequent stops allow your pet to get outside and stretch out its legs. It also allows opportunities for your pet to relieve itself and prevent accidents from happening inside the RV.
Don’t Leave Your Animal Unattended Always tag your pets, bring a leash, keep an eye out. Upon arrival, be considerate of other guests and campers. Don’t allow your pet to be a nuisance. Many campgrounds require keeping pets secure at all times. Bringing a leash and simply keeping an eye on your pet can prevent unfavorable outcomes.
Now get out there and enjoy a safe, pet-friendly camping trip! Click the Webster City RV logo above to read the full-length blog post!
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