@CaveDiverFL im on a road trip as we speak. (I read my emails at night. Working!) Anyway I just did 3200km which is about 2000miles with Nyala. She's a real trooper I swear she's fantastic. She has her harness and smaller leash to the safety belt in back seat. I dont want her in the front. Something happens and bag deploys, it will kill her. I leave the leash a tad long so she can move or stretch if she wants to walk across the back seat. God forbid I need to smack the breaks, hopefully it never happens and will not...positive thinking... she will be blocked in immediately. I stop every 2-3 hrs. Make her do her business, play ball with her a good 10 - 15mins, has a snack and back on the road. Took me over 3 days and some but worth every pit stop. I need to move too as hard on a back sitting long hrs. I brought her frozen home cooking meals, yogurts, bottle water, treats, fruits in a cooler. Breakfast is at the pet friendly hotels and supper on the road. Ive arrived this morning at my destination and she's just as happy as when we left. She sleeps or sometimes with an eye or 2 open and doesn't say a word.
Will be posting pics. Today people were fishing and she had a first encounter with a big catfish. She was going nuts want to see what a fish was. Like a toy but smells like her food. Lolll then she saw a beaver and barked at it. Go figure she never barks. So don't worry Agnes will do great. Bring bottle water cause water can have different taste in different placesand make sure you stop ever 2-3 hrs max for a good 15 mins to have Agnes move. Very important. I was worried about bullies traveling but they are good travelers. Have fun n take photos! !