Jessica Breinholt will admit that the dog show world is an interesting subculture all on its own, filled with characters and situations that you need a quirky sense of humor to fully appreciate. She should know—Jessica has been involved with showing her Siberian Huskies for over 30 years since her childhood. She now shares her […]
Pack it in, pack it out—this is a key principle in leaving no trace, something every hiker and camper should be familiar with. It’s not only the courteous thing to do, but it keeps our campgrounds and trails looking nice and clean for years to come. To be fair, nobody wants to camp or hike […]
As you know, my preferred campsite is in the boondocks on public property. My wife and I enjoy the solitude, scenery, and convenience. The price is right, too. Another advantage of camping in the boondocks is that your dog typically does not need to be leashed, as there are seldom leash laws in the boonies […]
Two guys and their six rescue dogs are driving across the US in a unique Class C RV to help bring awareness to local animal shelters. Lee Asher and his friend/videographer Luke started The Asher House after a successful Kickstarter campaign with the goal of finding a new home for 48+ dogs across the lower […]
If you’re nervous about full-time RVing with pets, these anti-anxiety tips can help your dog or cat transition into the lifestyle with ease.