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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