RVing, traveling, and camping with pets is part of life. For full-time RVers who live in their recreational vehicles, the RV is the pet’s home. Dogs routinely join campers and vacationers on trips. Others travel because of their pets, to attend dog shows and competitions. Service dogs are in a special category of traveling animals.
Meet NeeMo, our New RVing Dog: He's the New Pet Addition to our RVing Family We got a new RVing dog: NeeMo. He's black with a white blase on his chest, and little gray around the muzzle and the legs. You get that way when you get a little older, and he is a little older. He has his peculiarities, but he should fit into our household well.
My Dog Has Fleas Yes, my dog has fleas. Being from Alaska, we haven't been bothered with the pesky little critters for the last 10 years. At least in close quarters we noticed them before there was a bad infestation.
Dogs and Full-time RVing Are dogs allowed in campgrounds and RV parks? We would like to start this year as RVers, but have dogs that are a part of the family and they would have to go, too. How receptive are the parks? We answer these questions and more about full-time RVing with dogs.
Camping and RVing with Dogs: How-to Book and Pet Friendly Campground Guide Camping and RVing with Dogs is a how-to book and campground guide written especially for RVers and campers with dogs. The tips and advice apply to travelers in recreational vehicles and tent campers.
Go to the RV Life and Travel blog from this page about RVing and camping with pets.