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Old 08-14-2017, 02:58 PM   #7
2016vegas
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Vegas 25.2
State: North Carolina
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Originally Posted by willemkoeslag View Post
Again not sure if this warrants a new thread, however.... We have been camping for a number of years but are mostly weekending it at the moment with the occasional week thrown in. To date traveling with our Lady, a four legged rescue girl, has not been a huge concern. When we got her she was able to walk for hours, be it on a hike, or sight seeing, she was only two years old after all. Now she is nearly eleven years old with some hip issues, like me. She tires easily and needs help getting into the RV. We purchased a ramp for her and this helps a lot, particularly my back. She is not small, weighing in at about seventy pounds.
As stated earlier, she is a member of our family and we want to include her in our activities but she often is unable. We are about to retire and do some extensive traveling and this includes sight seeing. This, of course, will require us being away from the RV several hours at a time. I hate to leave her at the camp ground but I am not sure how others deal with this issue. If you have any suggestions, I would love to hear them. I have included a pic of our girl.
If we are planning a trip we make several copies of vax records and check for vets that board in area well be visiting... so if its not feasable to include her, and we will exceed her bladder limits, we will board her. Shes a good dog and doesnt hold it against us.
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