When humans go camping they bring a lot of "stuff." But most of it is necessary such as the tent, sleeping bags, chairs, cooler of food, and fire wood. Today, I am sharing two of my favorite tips and tricks for camping with your dog.
First Tip: Yoga Mat
My humans use inflatable mats to sleep on and they bring a yoga mat for me. This provides a barrier between the ground and my bed (either a sleeping bag or a blanket) to help block out the cold that is radiating from the ground. Yoga mats are small, light weight, and very effective.
Second Tip: Free Samples
Free samples make quick and easy meals. Not only are they already in a sealed package, they are also premeasured and great for a single meal. All you need to do is bring one for each meal and they take up very little space.
Do you go camping with your dog, please share your tips and tricks with us.
My mom says her version of camping is a Motel 6. She will be out hiking all day, but she refuses to sleep outside, so we will never get to try camping. It sure sounds like a lot of fun!ReplyDelete
Great tips! We have never tried going camping with all 3 dogs but i'm sure it would be an adventure!ReplyDelete
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Very good tips. Me and Benny went camping once. We didn't like getting dirtyReplyDelete
Lily & Edward
The Lapdogs' humans used to camping... many, many years ago... BD ("before dogs").... None of the Lapdogs have had the pleasure... maybe someday. Great tips!ReplyDelete
Hi Spencer, Great camping tips. We haven't taken Hunter camping, because he would be uncomfortable being in a strange environment. Now if I had an RV, I definitely would. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Wags, Noreen & Hunter
Your yoga mat tip is a fab one ~ thanks for sharing it! Where do you get the free samples of dog food?ReplyDelete
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