Category: Life on the road

  • Chocolate Toxicity in Dogs: A Safety Guide

    Chocolate, a beloved treat among humans, hides a dangerous secret when it comes to our canine friends. We all love to treat our four-legged pals, but sometimes, especially when it comes to chocolate, restraint is the kindest option! This article sheds light on why chocolate is toxic to dogs, the symptoms of chocolate poisoning, and…

  • Easter in Your RV – A Fun Guide

    Easter might not be the most glamorous of holidays but, coming when it does at the beginning of Spring (in the Northern Hemisphere anyway, it can be a perfect time to kick start your road trips and adventures. So the Easter break presents a unique opportunity to blend tradition with travel. Here I’ll show you…

  • Leash vs Off-Leash Park Walking: A Guide

    Walking your dog in the park, whether on a leash or off-leash, presents a variety of experiences and benefits that cater to different needs and preferences. This article explores the distinct advantages of both approaches, aiming to provide insights that will help dog owners make informed decisions about their walking routines. From enhancing physical health…

  • Best Calm Dogs for RV Adventures

    Some dogs take to life on the road better than others – obviously there are exceptions even within breeds but choosing the right dog breed for RV travels involves understanding the typical temperament of certain dog breeds and the unique challenges and opportunities this lifestyle presents. Here I look at how certain dog breeds seem…

  • Ease RV Separation Anxiety in Dogs

    When our four-legged friends experience separation anxiety, it interrupts the peaceful rhythm of daily life, for both the pet and the pet owner. This article sheds light on the complexities and nuances of dealing with such anxiety in dogs, especially in unique environments like RVs, and offers practical strategies for mitigating it. At its core,…

  • Abiding by the UK Countryside Code

    The Countryside Code in the United Kingdom provides a blueprint for how people can respect, protect, and enjoy the outdoors. This set of guidelines is more than just a list of dos and don’ts; it’s a way of ensuring that everyone can have a pleasant experience while keeping the surroundings safe and preserved. Exploring these…

  • Famous Human-Dog Travel Partnerships

    Our history is filled with stories of human and dog teams accomplishing amazing feats together. From overcoming natural disasters to exploring unknown lands and even starring on the big screen, these partnerships have shown the incredible things we can achieve with our four-legged friends by our side. This article aims to highlight the significant contributions…

  • RV Adventures with Dogs on Jurassic Coast

    Taking a trip with your dog can turn any outing into an extraordinary adventure, especially when it involves exploring the wonders of the Jurassic Coast. Preparing thoroughly will ensure that the excursion is not only enjoyable but also safe for both you and your furry companion. From understanding what makes the Jurassic Coast special to…

  • Dog-Proof Your RV Kitchen: A Guide

    Taking your dog on an RV trip adds a layer of fun and companionship but also introduces challenges in maintaining a dog-proof kitchen. This guide provides easy, actionable steps to ensure that your food and trash remain secure from your canine friend, creating a safer environment for everyone on board. By implementing these strategies, you’re…

  • Bagging Munros with Your Dog: A How-To Guide

    Taking your dog on a Munro hike involves more than just a love for the great outdoors. It’s about ensuring both you and your furry friend are ready for the challenges and rewards that come from exploring Scotland’s majestic mountains. This guide provides a comprehensive look at what it takes to make this experience enjoyable…