B's on vacation in a camper?

We have two sisters, Lela and Binti, and they travel well in a car - no car sickness, lots of sleeping and looking out the window.
We are thinking about buying a camper for our vacationing, and wonder if any of you have experiences to share, do's and don'ts.
L+B can always be off-leash in our fenced garden; can B's lie calmly on a leash by a camper/tent?

@kjdonkers:

L+B can always be off-leash in our fenced garden; can B's lie calmly on a leash by a camper/tent?

I would say "that depends". You would certainly need to be close by to supervise, and if you aren't watching all the time the leash would need to be something they can't chew through! Like so many things, it depends on the dog. Some will adapt quickly, some won't at all…..

A lot of people who show have campers. Saves on the hotels when you travel to shows. They often set up several x-pens with tops for their B's.
We are looking into getting a camper ourselves. 🙂

I highly recommend an x-pen with a top of some kind. That is what my friend and I used when we traveled in an RV to dog events. The dogs would love to lay in the sun and watch what was going on around them.

Jennifer

We camp a lot with the dogs. We have two x-pens set up outside of the camper for the dogs with two camp chairs in there…..you know that they can't lay on the ground right?..... If we can't put up x-pens for some reason then we have two cables for them that are made of wire with the red nylon coating on them. Those work as well but the easily become tangled if they are too close to each other.

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