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RV Travel Reader Pets, July 23, 2016


The pets of readers

dog and photographer - leftDo you travel with a pet? We’d love to introduce your pet(s) to fellow readers. Here’s what we need: a photo or two of Fido or Boots (or you with your pet) and a 150-200 word description of your furry friend(s) — name, breed, age, how long you have traveled together, what makes them special? Go ahead and brag about them if you wish! Do you have any tips for other RVing pet lovers about traveling with pets that you’ve learned along the way? Don’t forget to give us your name(s) and hometown. Send to Diane(at) .

Issue 28; Posted July 23, 2016

From M. Goldberg and R. Lawatch, Nokomis, Florida

Pets-Lawatch-7-16-2016-Coal Pets Lawatch 7-16-2016 BeauCoal and Beau are poodles we rescued from Florida Poodle Rescue. Coal is a toy poodle and Beau is a miniature poodle. They love going on the road as long as they are with their human companions. 

I think their favorite part is sniffing out all the other pooches in the RV parks we visit. They especially love parks that have fenced-in dog yards where they can run and sniff freely.

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From Dan and Susan Armstrong, Pine River, Minnesota

Pets-Armstrong-7-2-2016We have a wonderful little mutt, Cello, who is kind of a mixed breed. He’s a Scottie Poo Doxie, with Doxie being the dominant characteristic.

Our daughter and granddaughter decided we needed a cute little doggy to be our traveling companion for full-time living in the motorhome. Our home base is in Pine River, Minn., but we’re happy to report our stick-and-brick house sold the end of May. We’re both retired, mostly (I still tune pianos and do music gigs), and most of the time we’ll take off on a moment’s notice.

Anyway, Cello (our granddaughter named him — she said he’s mellow like a cello) has been the perfect addition to our motorhome family.


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6 years ago

I have traveled from Texas, through Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama with my pet chihuahua. There are basic health papers (USDA) that are required, but no big problem.

He enjoys the trip in our Lance Camper. We traveled along the Pan American Highway. I will be glad to share information with anyone.