RV Pet Vet: Valley Fever, A Fungus Among Us

Ask the RV Vet With Dr. Deanna Tolliver, M.S., DVM YourRVvet@gmail.com If you travel to or live in the American Southwest, you need to be aware of a fungal disease that can affect you, your dog, or your cat. Coccidioidomycosis. Commonly called Valley Fever, after the Central Valley of California where it is endemic, the disease is also found in... Read More

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

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

Keep your pets safe this holiday season

Lots of us have pets, especially dogs and cats that accompany us on our RV travels. This holiday season, while you’re busy decorating, cooking and wrapping gifts, remember to watch out for holiday temptations for your pets. Our pets need to stay safe during the holidays, too! FDA veterinarian Carmela Stamper tells how to keep your animals safe. Stocking Stuffers... Read More

Why coyotes pose a threat to your pet in campgrounds

By Chuck Woodbury National parks require pets to be leashed to protect the local wildlife. But where coyotes roam it’s the pets that need protection. As in many expanding suburbs, coyotes in national parks have become so accustomed to people that they often forage in plain view. Cats and small dogs are easy prey for the quick, powerful predators when left... Read More

Protect RV and dinghy seats with PetSafe’s Premium Seat Covers

  More and more RVers are deciding that their canine best friends are an important part of their RV lifestyle and intend to take them along on their camping trips. This makes the RVers happier, the canine friends happier, but the person charged with cleanup of dog hair, tracked in dirt and sand, not to mention the occasional driftwood stick... Read More