If you’re an animal lover, you’ll undoubtedly bring your pets along on your upcoming trip. How can you ensure that your pets are comfortable in the RV when it’s hot outdoors?
If you leave your car idle for an hour, the temperature inside will rise by about 43 degrees. Therefore, leaving your pets in the RV is not always safe whenever you travel.
RV CAMP GEAR is sharing with you few things you can do to protect your pet from excessive heat:
· Pet temperature monitor:
Having these temperature monitors set up in your RV is necessary, as extreme temperatures, both low and high, can harm your pet’s health. A temperature monitoring system is a great tool for ensuring your pet’s safety and might be manufactured by any number of brands. Many calculate not just the heat index but also the temperature and humidity.
Amazing technology monitors the temperature in any given space and sends warnings when the readings stray too much. The temperature may be set high or low with ease, and there is even a humidity sensor, though it won’t warn you if the humidity level rises too high.
· Relocate to cooler climate:
You may just move your RV to beat the heat, which is convenient because RVs have wheels. Moving could be your only option if the weather becomes too dangerous for you and your pet to remain outside. Stop whenever possible in shady, cool areas. Maintain open window airflow.
· Run Your RV Air Conditioner:
You’ll need to connect to a power pedestal or run a generator to do this. If you don’t want your air conditioning to break down on you while you’re gone, be sure to keep it clean, serviced, and in good working order.
Check that your RV’s generator is operating well if you want to use it. Regular upkeep must be consistently adhered to. You should always have a good supply to prevent the generator from running out of fuel.