I’ve been thinking a lot lately about dog products I’ve reviewed over the years. I have some definite favorites, and they are products that are especially useful for the summer months, and having fun with the dogs. Since so many people spend more time outdoors with their dogs, I wanted to share these 10 must have dog products for summer fun.
Of course getting there safely is the number one important rule. Car accidents happen, and when they do, you want to make sure your dogs are safe. SleepyPod is the number one safety product for dogs of all sizes. Crash test dummy tested products, ensure that dogs are protected in case of an accident.
Of course small dogs are in just as much danger, if not more in the case of an accident. They can be tossed around the inside of the vehicle, and injured, or possibly killed. The SleepyPod mobile pet bed is perfect for little dogs simply by keeping them contained, and in a safe spot. Click here to read my review of the SleepyPod mobile pet bed.
It’s been pretty hot lately, so we decided that Sunday would be a good day to head for the mountains. It was a nice day for a hike with the dogs, and to get out in the wilds for a little bit.
Big Springs is a hike we have done a couple times, and I hiked this with my boys when they were younger. It’s a nice trail, and always so very green. Utah got a lot of snow in the mountains this year, and it shows.
This is a guest post from RVshare with some wonderful tips, and advice on vacationing with your dogs in an RV.
Summertime is right around the corner, and most of us have stockpiled our vacation time so we can get away for a few weeks. For those of us with pets, planning a vacation can be an elaborate dance of finding pet-friendly locales and figuring out travel schedules. In fact, in can be downright discouraging for some. Thankfully, traveling with a dog in an RV offers much more flexibility, and can actually be one of the best ways to travel for both you and your four-legged companion.
Ditch the Flights and Book an RV Instead
Our pets are part of our families. Many a pet owner can’t bear the thought of leaving their pet behind while they’re on vacation. Flying with dogs can be a nightmare, and pet-friendly hotels can be hard to find, expensive, and well, full of other pets. Naturally, RVs have quickly become a popular alternative for traveling with pets. In many ways, RVing with dogs is a far better experience than other modes of travel. Here’s why: