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  • Carolina Grammy
    Carolina GrammyRV Pets:
    October 22, 2020My husband and I have had a weekend rv/camping trip planned for months. We recently have gotten a puppy and it looks as if we will be taking him with us on this trip. Can anyone give me some quick tips for taking a young 8 week old pup rv camping? I tried...  more
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    • Carolina Grammy
      Richard & Deb October 22, 2020 Pray :)
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      CSzymc October 22, 2020 What kind of puppy? There are portable dog fences you can put up. And, there is harnesses for everyone. Look at the training harnesses. Make sure your pup is up to date on shots and check into a good flea and tick chewable. You usually have to give them t...  more
    • Carolina Grammy
      Suzzyv October 22, 2020 You can get a collar or harness for a cat they fit puppies 
    • Carolina Grammy
      JaneG (The Lynn Girl) October 22, 2020 I took my dog when she was a puppy. Warning, they are kid magnets. Every kid in the campground wanted to see the puppy
    • Carolina Grammy
      Onebase6061 October 22, 2020 Try chewy.com they have all sizes of harnesses even if it means getting a cat one for now. Make sure you stop often to allow the little guy to go potty while you are traveling. If a small dog breed get the yard fence from places like camping world. Or eve...  more
    • Carolina Grammy
      SusieBob October 22, 2020 Did you look online at Chewy.com for a harness? You might want to look at harnesses for small cats or kittens if you can't find one for a puppy.
    • Carolina Grammy
      billybass October 22, 2020 Got any pics of the dog
    • Carolina Grammy
      Gill with Scruffy October 22, 2020 Oh heck. Please may I ask the breed? I think any dog of any age, as long as they’re praised and encouraged to enjoy changes of environment would love a trip. Maintaining routine and diet is vital for their emotional and physical wellbeing. Signs of stress...  more
    • Carolina Grammy
      rameyer84 October 22, 2020 We have travelled with ours that young.  Not a problem.  See advice above.  Please also note that due to its age, the puppy has not had all its shots yet, so keep it out of dog runs and anyplace other dogs have been.  
    • Carolina Grammy
      Squirrel x2 October 22, 2020 Taking a pet of any kind or age is just like taking a human toddler. You must plan for everything and take loads of stuff. It is well worth it though. They enjoy it and you get to enjoy them. Good luck. You got some great advice!! Our rving family includ...  more
    • Carolina Grammy
      RoxxStar67 October 22, 2020 Congrats on your new furbaby and pics please. I was gonna suggest the collapsible fence as well, I would like to get one for my 15 year old 4lb shih tzu. She's always had a yard to run in so this long pink ribbon thing keeps following her & she tries so ...  more
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      Mark & Anneliese (Hicks At Home) October 22, 2020 We have taught our oldest dog to "like" the camper by sitting in it with her and giving her treats, and petting her, worked like a charm...dogs are pack animals and it doesn't really matter to them where just so they are with you...we just bought the baby...  more
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