There's a Georgetown here in the RV park where we are presently with 3 cocker spaniels and one beagle. They cover the dash with quilts and pillows while they are out and about.
It's quite comical on that dash when I walk by with Fred.
We take our doxy/pom mix with us, he took to camping like he's done it since birth. Our senior dog (cocker spaniel) couldn't go with us because of being stone deaf and partially blind at 16 years old.
We always dropped her off at a doggie day care when we were out for more than a weekend. She LOVED staying there.
Unfortunately we had to escort her to the rainbow bridge this past week. (thought I could type this without crying...nope)
She handled the challenge of losing her hearing and eyesight like a true champ, but then she went into renal failure.
Never had to do that before, hope to God we never have to do that again. Don't let ANY one tell you that's taking the "easy way out" with your beloved senior pets.
Hardest thing Sneak and I have EVER done.
So take them with you, if you can possibly do so. They grab onto our hearts, they love us so completely and unconditionally. They just don't have lifespans nearly long enough.
Chelsea Dianne RIP our dear girl. 10/29/14 You were loved and you loved us in return *so* well.