Dogs can be a wonderful addition to your camping experience. With most campgrounds now becoming dog friendly in most areas, you can safely bring your furry friend along without a worry.
Though your pup can accompany you to most areas, you will need to keep them on a leash at all times. Your pup may wish they could run free and explore, this is a common rule that most dog owners have grown to expect on any outdoor adventures.
Along with the rule of keeping your dog on a leash at all times is the expectation to clean up after their messes. Bathroom cleanups are essential for allowing our dogs to continue to be accepted in camping areas and help make the area is safe and clean for other furry friends as well. Therefore, it would be a good idea to have a bag for all the things your dog may need such as; dog food, treats, toys, and poop bags to ensure you are able to easily clean up after them
It is also important to make sure that your dog is well trained, and that you feel confident in your ability to control them in new surroundings. A loud and obnoxious pup would be a bit unsettling for other campers, so it’s best to train your furry friend before you attempt to bring them along.
As long as you are willing to abide by the common rules of your local campground, this can be an exciting environment for any canine friend. With a new set of smells and unique sights in every direction, your pup will have the time of their life.