Category: Life on the road

  • Summer Dog Treats for Travel

    Importance of Hydration Ensuring your dog stays hydrated during summer travels is critical. The heightened temperatures and increased activity can lead to quicker dehydration in dogs. Unlike humans, dogs don't sweat through their skin; they regulate their temperature largely through panting, which intensifies their loss of moisture. Dehydration is a potentially serious condition which can…

  • Spanish Chicken One Pot Recipe

    A Warm Welcome to One Pot Spanish Chicken One-pot meals are a staple of Spanish cuisine, known for their simplicity and ability to meld flavors and textures in a single vessel. These dishes have gained popularity worldwide for their convenience and heartiness. Spanish chicken cooked in a singular pot is a wholesome and deeply flavorful…

  • RV vs Caravan Dog Travel

    Companion Comfort When hitting the road with our four-legged friends, their comfort and the comfort of their owners are key. Since every dog has unique preferences and habits, choosing between a motorhome and a caravan for travel depends on a few considerations regarding space, smells, and routine maintenance. Space for movement, critical for a dog's…

  • UK to Europe Dog Travel

    Preparation for the Journey Getting ready for a European adventure with your furry friend means ticking several important boxes to make sure everything goes smoothly. First, it's crucial your dog is microchipped. This tiny device is your pet's ID in the digital world. Plus, it's a legal requirement for traveling to Europe with pets. Next,…

  • Key Questions to ask when Rescuing a Dog from a Shelter

    Why inquire at the shelter? Asking questions at the shelter is crucial to find a dog that matches your lifestyle and home environment. Dogs come with various temperaments, medical needs, and energy levels. For a successful adoption, it's essential to align these aspects with what you can offer them. Knowing a dog's needs upfront allows…

  • Mistakes Dog Owners can make on the Road

    Safety Measures on the Road Embarking on an adventure with man’s best friend can be a hoot—the tail wags in the wind, drool on the window, and those happy yaps from the backseat. However, as much as we love seeing our furry co-pilots enjoying the ride, let’s not forget the roadmap to safety. Picture this:…

  • Summer Dog Diseases

    Hyperthermia in Dogs Hyperthermia in dogs can catch any owner off guard, especially during the scorching summer months. Imagine it's a sunny day, and Fido seems more lethargic than usual after playing outside. This could be the first sign of hyperthermia, a condition where a dog's body absorbs more heat than it can release. This…

  • Nervous Dog Breeds for RV

    1. Chihuahua Chihuahuas, with their petite size and spirited nature, might not always adapt well to travel, especially RV travel. This breed is known for its loyalty and strong bond with its owner. However, this trait can make them less adaptable to the constantly changing environments encountered during travel. Chihuahuas often possess a bold and…

  • Tick Removal Tips for Dog Owners

    Identifying Ticks on Your Dog Discovering your pet has ticks can certainly cause concern. In addition to taking preventive steps, it’s important to know how to spot these parasites. Detecting ticks early can protect your dog from potential diseases, ensuring they remain healthy. Here’s what you need to watch out for: Understanding Ticks on Dogs:…

  • 6 Mistakes I’ve made – and how not to!

    Everyone makes mistakes from time to time – the key is to try and minimize the opportunities to make these mistakes . But once made, it’s important that we learn from them. I hope this post will help other people avoid the errors I made here! Not checking the access to a site On traveling…