Posts byRene Agredano

RVing With Pets in the Pacific Northwest

RVing with pets in the Pacific Northwest offers wide-open adventure. The Pacific Northwest is hard to beat if you RV with dogs. Often ranked as one of the most dog-friendly regions in the United States, the area offers an exceptionally welcoming experience for traveling canines and their humans. Now that spring is in the air, make time
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Pet-Friendly RV Tourist Destinations

Pet-friendly RV tourist destinations welcome your four-legged passengers. RVing pets don’t always need to stay behind when you want to explore a city. If you’re traveling to San Diego, Tucson or San Antonio, you’ll love these offbeat pet-friendly tourist attractions. From wine bars to museums, Fido will be one happy fella if you see the
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Pet-Proofing Your RV: 3 Ways to Keep Fido in Check

Keep your scamp from making a big mess

Pet Proofing Your RV with Good Sam. RVing with pets is fun. Traveling with pet damaged RV interiors isn’t. Most RVers with animals will endure an interior catastrophe at some point. Thankfully, these three ways to pet proof your RV can help minimize accidental abuse from beloved pets. Crate Train Your Pet Safely confining your
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Animal Vaccines—Protecting Your Pet Before Hitting the Road

Animal vaccines — what you need to know. When we go RVing with our pets, we expose them to diseases that don’t exist back at home. Give your dog or cat the protection they deserve by brushing up on these vaccine basics for traveling pets. Book a Wellness Visit Appointment at the Vet Time your
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12 Pointers for Happy Pet Travel

Use this checklist to keep your animal content on the road

Use these 12 pointers for happy pet travels on your next RV excursion.  Ready to hit the road with your pet? Don’t leave home without carrying this handy checklist on your travels. 1) Check in with the Vet A pre-departure vet exam can spot potential health problems and ensure that your pet is current on
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5 Dog-Friendly Eastern National Parks

The National Parks System is having a 100th birthday party, and dogs can get in on the fun too. These dog-friendly national parks in the east make unforgettable destinations for RVers with dogs who want to celebrate America’s national treasures together. Maine Acadia National Park and nearby Bar Harbor have a decidedly dog-friendly vibe. Leashed dogs
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5 Fantastic Dog-Friendly Western National Parks

Bring your pet to wide open spaces

America’s national parks are magnificent destinations for people but not so much for dogs. Thankfully, you can still experience many park service landmarks with your dog by choosing these lesser-known but equally as beautiful dog friendly national parks in the west: Arizona: Petrified Forest National Park The Grand Canyon has a few paved trails for
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Finding a Vet on the Road

During an uneventful RVing trip to Georgia, a huge growth suddenly appeared on my dog. I tried not to panic, but by the next day the lump doubled in size. He needed vet care—and fast. Good thing we knew what to do next. If you find yourself in the same situation one day, follow these
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3 Helpful Habits of Successful Workampers

In my previous post about workamping, I discussed how this beneficial arrangement can save you money on rent. Today, you’ll learn how to find your ideal workamping job by practicing three helpful habits of successful workampers. Habit #1: Know Your Strengths, Weaknesses and Goals The biggest mistake novice workampers make is taking jobs that don’t
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