Who’s a good Bo?! Today we want to show you why an investment into dog obedience and social training can help prepare your dog for the road and well…anywhere else. Plus some extra safety tips!
Here’s our video update:
For information on the safety products we showed…keep reading.
Using a temperature monitor that’s connected to an app on our phone is a huge relief if we have to leave Bo in the rig for a short time period. Even with fans going and the AC on, we all know that those things can heat up FAST. The RV Pet Safety Temperature Monitor uses cell service and can notify you by text and email alert if the internal temp of your RV starts to get dangerously high.
While on the spendy side, this device delivers on consistency with battery backup and real-time temp reporting. All-in-all, the peace of mind that Bo will be alright if we leave him for a bit is what really makes this for us.
Monthly – $249/ device + $15/month (pay as you go)
Yearly – $369 ($249+$120 for subscription)
With the discount codes for RV Lifestyle viewers:
Monthly – $199/ device + $15/month (pay as you go)
Yearly – $299 ($179+$120 for subscription)
RV Lifestyle Discount Codes:
Use RVLS50 for the monthly subscription ($50 discount)
Use RVLS70 for the yearly subscription ($70 discount)
Go to https://rvpetsafety.com/pricing/ to order yours today! “
One other product: In order to keep your dog secure in the RV, we recommend you try out a dog safety belt.
Mighty Paw sent us one of these for Bo and it’s pretty intuitive to use. Plus their safety belt uses the same specifications for securing child car seats and you can directly connect it to the frame of the vehicle for better security. The safety belt is available at http://bit.ly/2oix4WG
We like these over other models out there because other dog seat belt systems can easily be released by your dog stepping on the buckle button, but this can not happen with the Mighty Paw safety belt.
Also, keep in mind, many states now require dogs to be in a crate or on a leash while in a vehicle so if you get pulled over without either then there’s an annoying ticket to deal with.
For your dog’s safety, the seatbelt should also be attached to a safety harness vs. directly to your dog’s collar. This is much safer for your dog, especially in an accident or if you’ll be leaving him unsupervised. This is the one we have http://bit.ly/2LExtvU
And for a free instant download of our Complete Guide to RV Travel with a Dog ebook, CLICK HERE
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