When I finally get out on the road full time I’ll have a very, very high energy dog at my side. He’s my buddy and keeps himself essentially attached to my hip at all times.
I know him well. I know his routine, I know his habits, his weaknesses and his strengths. But how well will he adapt to full time living in a small space? And how can I make his life a little better?
There are a lot of ways to answer that and we look forward to writing quite a bit about it here at ORT. In the meantime, though, HEBARD’S TRAVELS has a fantastic post and video out on the subject that I find well worth the watch. Some of the tips they offer may not be relevant depending on the type of rig, but this is still really good stuff.
From their blog:
If there’s one thing we’ve seen with RV’ers, it’s that they like pets. Dogs and cats are the usual, but we’ve seen people with birds and other exotic animals. I wouldn’t be surprised if half of the RV’ers out there travel with pets. Since so many people travel with pets we thought it would be a good idea to show everyone how we do it.
And the video… (couple bonus videos below)