Travel Safely in an RV - Ruff Rider -

Tips for Driving an RV Across Country With Dogs

Travel Safely in an RV - Ruff Rider -When taking your dog(s) on a cross-country RV adventure, there are some things to consider in order to make sure that every member of the family is safe.

First and foremost, make sure that your RV is pet-friendly. This means having a designated area for them to travel, sleep, as well as enough space for them to move around. Your dog(s) can do ALL of these things Safely in a Ruff Rider Roadie Canine Travel Harness with or without the factory seatbelt system.  View video here: (https://bit.ly/34gsGj3).

When exiting your RV, disconnect your Roadie from the seatbelt, attach your leash to the harness, take a walk or hit the trail! The Roadie is a world class hiker.

If you’re traveling with  large or small dogs  be sure to take into account their size when choosing a campsite. You’ll want to make sure there’s enough room for them to move around. Pack plenty of food and water, as well as toys and treats to keep them entertained. Bring a high quality Vet. Certified first aid kit.

Finally, It is essential, for the comfort and safety of all passengers, that your dog  have a tested and certified K9 Vehicle Restraint System.

Pro Tip: bring along extra leashes, collars and ID tags in case they get lost.

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