Over 75% of RV owners travel with pets. In fact, the main reason a lot of folks buy an RV is so they don’t have to worry about hotels and other places for their pets while traveling.
In this class, instructor Dave Solberg will provide you with a thorough review of the issues relating to traveling with pets, getting ready for travel, microchipping, making your animals safe, and more!
You’ll see how to avoid problems with your pet having access to good water at campgrounds, and how to check the campgrounds looking for anything that may be dangerous for pets such as antifreeze on the ground or the dump stations.
An important aspect of camping with pets that this class will cover is pet safety. A 10-pound animal in a 50 mile-an-hour crash becomes a 500-pound projectile. That can injure not only your pet but also the humans inside the RV. We’ll talk about pet containment for motorhomes as well as trailer scenarios, and we’ll also review what types of things you need in your pet first-aid kit.
You’ll learn about places you can take your pets such as state and national parks and what type of campground regulations there may be.
Lastly, one of the biggest things that you are going to find traveling with pets is getting them accustomed to the RV lifestyle. It can be stressful for your pet to start out and to be in a new “home” environment, being in a new location, and some pets can experience motion sickness.
Join Dave and his beagle Chip in this class, where they will dive into these topics and more to help make it a lot easier to take your best friend with you on the road.
In addition to the detailed video instruction you’ll receive, you’ll get access to some downloadable PDF information including: A detailed Class Guide you can follow and use as a reminder for the key points of the class instruction and a handy checklist that will help you plan for medical supplies and other items you may need when you travel with a pet.