The primary reason for getting the RV was for agility. Which means the dogs need to travel in the RV.
Luce has become such an easy traveler! When I think back to 2001 when we got her ... she didn't want to get into a car. She drooled, she peed, she paced, she panted. Turns out that when she was being brought to her rescue group, the SUV was involved in a bad accident and the car was totalled. I found that out a year after I got her, after we had worked through her issues. Made it all clear!!! But now? Settles down and is the best girl :-) Can take her anywhere.
And then there is Blaze. He usually LOVES getting into a car, but barks when the car is moving. The RV was something else ... maybe the all vinyl floor? Couldn't get him in there the first day, even with using The Ball as a bribe. I finally got a big bag of treats and got him into the stairwell, and then closed the door. He wouldn't even LOOK at me :-)
Took a bit of work and a LOT of treats, but he finally leaped onto the sofa. And then over the arms onto the dinette seat.
He avoids the vinyl flooring as much as possible. We will have to get some runners. He did have to make one step on the vinyl to get to the front. Didn't mind targetting onto the vinyl as that meant MORE treats :-)
Back to the sofa, then more treats to get him into the bedroom. That requires at least TWO steps on the vinyl. He does like it back there and will go there voluntarily when we use the RV.
He gets quite comfortable back there :-)
He is seatbelted in the dinette while we are driving. Very alert. And does bark, unfortunately.
And then there is my little Luce ... curled up into a ball behind the drivers seat while we are travelling. Such a good girl :-)