RVers worried about traveling with dog because of seizures

Ask the RV Vet With Dr. Deanna Tolliver, M.S., DVM YourRVvet@gmail.com Dear Dr. Deanna, We have finally made the decision to sell our home and travel full-time. We want to take our dog, Dolly, with us. But recently she’s been having seizures; at least, we think that’s what happening. She might whine a little at first, then hold very still and her... Read More

King introduces clear dome satellite TV antenna

Minnesota-based KING has introduced two new, state-of-the-art automatic satellite TV antennas, with first-ever clear covers for use with DISH and DIRECTV satellite services, according to a press release from the manufacturer. The new DISH Tailgater Pro and new KING Quest Pro for DIRECTV are designed for use as either a portable or a roof-mounted satellite system for RVs. The clear... Read More

Pawscout: The Smarter Pet Tag™ tracker

  By Bob Difley Pawscout, the advanced and connected pet accessory, provides benefits and features designed for owners to build safe communities for their pet. The traditional pet tag offered little more than an address or phone number. Pawscout gives pet owners a whole new way to connect with and keep a close eye on their furry family members. The... Read More

Author seeks understanding of full time RV lifestyle

With keen insight, real-life experience and a quest for a fuller understanding, author and entrepreneur Jeannine Patané is looking beyond the common notion that full time RVing is a lifestyle choice and the primary domain of a retired couple spending their children’s inheritance traversing the country cozied up in a luxurious motorhome, travel trailer or fifth-wheel. Ms. Patané delves deeper... Read More

A message to RVtravel.com readers about safe internet use

By Kim Christiansen Today, January 5, 2018, more than 1.4 billion usernames and passwords were posted to the Dark Web, a part of the internet that is not publicly available but frequented by hackers and criminals. These hackers then used thousands of computers to target hundreds of thousands WordPress servers, which is the most popular publishing platform, and the one... Read More

Volunteer positions available on BLM lands and elsewhere

Looking for a meaningful way to spend your time by helping others? The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and other federal agencies offer many opportunities perfect for RVers with extra time on their hands, from one-time volunteer positions to others of longer terms. Other opportunities are well-suited to families and groups (maybe your RV club). Some positions involve pay. Here... Read More

New book paints dark picture of “work campers”

By Chuck Woodbury “Nomadland, Surviving America in the Twenty-First Century” is not a feel-good book. If anything it’s a feel-bad book. It paints a very dark picture of RVers who work as they travel. In the world author Jessica Bruder portrays, these people are desperate and must work to survive. She does not discuss the tens of thousands of other... Read More