Let Sleeping Dogs Chill
Give your dog a cool place to go down when the temps go up. The Arf Pets Cooling Mat Pad offers up to three hours of cooling comfort and then recharges after 15 minutes of nonuse. You also don’t need any electricity, refrigeration, or water for it. And there are multiple sizes to fit dogs of every dimension. And, if you find yourself envious (you might), there are also human size ones available on Amazon as well!
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The Purrfect Passenger Seat
Sure, your cat is going to make themselves right at home on every flat surface in the RV, but they’ll especially love having a special place to perch. The minimalistic Pefuny Cat Window Perch uses suction cups to attach to the window. Simple but still effective. It can hold quite a bit of weight and will stay secure through the bumpiest of rides, letting your cat lounge away their days with a view of the great outdoors.
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One Nice Homing Device
RVs help you escape into a wild world of carefree living. But that certainly doesn’t mean you want your fourlegged friends roaming too far and too wide. A collar, like Tractive's GPS Tracking Collars for dogs and cats, lets you keep tabs on them whether they’re on their authorized potty break or beginning the world’s longest version of “Homeward Bound.” The collars aren’t cheap (and some have subscription fees), but the peace of mind they give you is priceless.
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Don’t Skimp on the Temp
Overheating is a big concern your pet faces on the road in warmer months. If you need to leave your pet in the RV (it’s gonna happen sometime), a temperature monitoring system will help make sure your pet rests comfortably. There are many different systems available, ranging in price, but the SensorPush HT1 Wireless Thermometer is an affordable option that sends temperature updates straight to your phone. Its sensor is so small that you can store it just about anywhere.
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