Camping with Dogs
Before Camping With Your Dog
A dog is a family member too, so it makes sense that some time is spent planning and preparing your pet’s camping gear. Listed below are some tips to consider before and during your camping trip.Before Your Trip Check that your dog’s shots and vaccinations are up-to-date. Also, consider vaccinations for Lyme disease and Bordetella (Bordetella should be done 2 weeks prior to the trip). Prepare safe travelling for your dog by having a travel crate or dog seat belt restraint whether you are travelling in an RV, truck or car. If you are using a crate, check that it is secured in the vehicle to prevent the crate from sliding. Ensure you have flea/tick repellents or collars to protect your dog from getting ticks, fleas and/or other diseases that can be contracted through wildlife, plants and insects. Research Campgrounds... Continue Reading
Campgrounds For You and Your Dog
Camping with your dog in British Columbia’s majestic outdoors is like no other holiday. Whether you explore B.C.’s world famous lush forests, sandy beaches or snow-capped mountains there are many campgrounds from which to choose. Like any trip, planning is most advisable. The first step is to decide on the type of campground that best suits you and your dog.
BC has over 1,500 campgrounds, which are divided into four unique camping experiences: British Columbia Private Campground and RV Parks, B.C. Provincial Parks, Recreation Sites (forestry sites), and National Parks all of which have their own dog regulations.
Following are some options for you to consider.British Columbia Private Campground and RV Parks
With over 350 private campground and RV parks located throughout British Columbia, you and your dog are certain to have a unique and memor... Continue Reading
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