RV Pet Vet: Heartworms in pets: bad news, even deadly

Ask the RV Vet With Dr. Deanna Tolliver, M.S., DVM YourRVvet@gmail.com Occasionally I forget to take a daily vitamin pill. And I may forget to set out the trash to be picked up. But there’s one routine I don’t forget: I always remember to give my dogs their monthly heartworm prevention. I remember because it’s vitally important and potentially fatal.... Read More

RV Mods: Lock your LP cylinders away from thieves

By Russ and Tiña De Maris  With thanks to Tommy Molnar Most travel trailer owners have their propane cylinders mounted up-front, right on the trailer tongue. While that makes for an easy access for refilling, it can also make for easy access for people with bad intent. Our long-time reader Tommy Molnar provides us with a security mod he uses... Read More

Desert wildflowers are already beginning to bloom

By Bob Difley Spring is a snowbird’s delight – not only does the cold give way to the warmer weather, the desert itself changes “color.” Newcomers are amazed as seemingly “drab” desert is transformed by technicolor wildflowers. How is it possible? Hundreds of thousands of seeds lay dormant beneath the barren surface waiting patiently – sometimes for years – for... Read More

Advance technology boosts power inverter capabilities

This is Mike Sokol from RVtravel.com and the No~Shock~Zone. I’ve asked for a sample TruePower Plus inverter that’s introduced in the press release below. Once it’s in my hands I’ll test it and confirm how well it works. Watch for my review of this product in a special column soon.   TruePower Plus inverters have been taken to the next... Read More