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Travel book review: Woodall’s Camping and RVing with Dogs

I bought this book partly because I yearn to travel in an RV, if only just once, but largely because there are plenty of dog owners out there who already do. I’m happy to report that it’s a practical and useful handbook that RVers will find very helpful — car- and tent-campers will also find it worth reading, but its main focus is on the logistics of traveling in an RV with one or more pets (the authors have two dogs and three cats).

I was particularly impressed with the sections that talked about how to monitor pets that are traveling behind you in a towed trailer, how to identify campgrounds that really welcome pets (as opposed to those that only allow pets), different ways of securing your dog at a campsite, and how to prepare yourself for hazards your dog may encounter in different natural environments (including the excellent advice to “stay away from javelinas“) but those are only a few of the topics discussed.

Amazon link:
Woodall’s Camping and RVing with Dogs (3rd edition)

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