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Traveling With Pets In Your Class C RV

There are many more Class C RV and travel trailer owners who are traveling with their pets. These Class C RV owners are saving money that they would typically spend putting their animals in boarding or paying someone to pet sit. You should know that Class C RV owners can enjoy their vacation plans with their four-legged friends. Across the nation, pets are becoming more welcome.

Class C RV owners are pleased that they can worry less about leaving their four legged friends at home. The tips listed below are a great guide for you if you are thinking about taking your pets with you on the road in your Class C RV or travel trailer.

Class C RV tips on pet travel:

1. Before you haul off with your pets, make sure your pet is acclimated to riding in the Class C RV or something that is moving. Younger animals may be easier to get adjusted to life in a Class C motorhome for sale, since older pets are more set in their ways.

2. When the pet(s) are in the recreational vehicle, make sure that they are secured. This helps prevent accidents from the driver not paying proper attention to the road. Keeping a pet secured also helps protect the pet in case there are any sudden jerks or stops. You can find special harnesses for animals that attach to the seat belt of the motor home.

3. It is also important that when you travel with your animals that they are properly tagged with a collar. Make sure that your contact information is current and correct. You could also take a current photo of the pets with you on your cell phone. You can keep this in your recreational vehicle in case you need an emergency reference.

4. You can also microchip your pet for low cost at your vet, which will provide additional security and pet safety. A microchip will be tagged typically inside the ear of the animal. They allow the vet to pinpoint the location of your animal via technology.

5. Track your vacation map and think about contacting the motor home camp grounds where you will be stopping at along your route. You will want to confirm that pets are allowed and are welcome on site. You will find that many camp grounds accommodate pets, but some still do not. You would not want to show up and be turned away. Some high-end, luxury RV campgrounds offer exclusive dog parks for the enjoyment of their customers as an added amenity.

3 Responses to “Traveling With Pets In Your Class C RV”

  1. Mudder123 says:

    Take a leash, too. A lot of RV camp grounds require that your dog remain on one in order to be out of the camper.

  2. Scripts For Fun says:


  3. Rachel Freed says:

    Very intrigued by these “luxury” campgrounds. Any more tips or hints?