We're having a nice blizzard here in the Northeast so I figured I'd start working on camping plans.
I generally camp with my 12# dog and normally I don't really go anywhere that he can't go. I just made reservations for Provincetown, though, and he is generally okay going into shops and all, but I'm pretty sure I wouldn't be able to bring him into a restaurant. I'm going with a group and I'd like to be able to go to a restaurant if we decide. I looked around for dog sitters that might take him for a few hours and that might be an option or even paying another camper to watch him for a few hours, but I'm wondering if anyone has any tips on leaving their dog or dogs in the camper (assuming the weather is cool enough) for a few hours.
I was thinking that if I left him with a big, desirable chew treat he might be fine. Does anyone have any tips they've used? He stays fine in the car when I go into stores (at home), but the car doesn't have a fan that can be left on for him so I'd prefer he'd be in the camper.
Aileen & Muggles (and some human children too) @ 2018 CS-S currently called The Esc@pe Pod @ TV 2005 Toyota 4Runner@ Massachusetts