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  • 18.09.12 0 Posted By Todd Arend

    It's tempting to turn RV trailers into storage space while you travel or camp out, but it's so much more than that. You can get the most enjoyment out of your small RV if you pack smart with only what you need. Many small RV owners have learned how to pack light, and we've found some great suggestions for packing well in your RV. The theme for these tips comes down to one word: minimalist.

     

    Tip #1: Figure out the least amount of everything you need. Look at what you plan to bring, and then start weeding things out. If you're going to have the chance to wash dishes or clothes at campgrounds, then you can pack even less.

  • 05.09.12 0 Posted By Todd Arend

    What remote island was I visiting when portable air conditioning and heating became a mobile application?

    I consider myself well-informed and fairly technology savvy professional. On rare occasions, I may miss a new product launch only to find out through conversations on social media that my current portable technology is now a dinosaur and ready for a trip to the Smithsonian.

    Mobile apps still amaze me given that I grew up in the 80۪s when cell phones or home computers were barely conceptualized. It۪s really amazing that my Android phone has applications as a recipe book, shopping resource, movie rental kiosk, flashlight, radio, and the list goes on.

    Similar to the rising numbers of American using mobile apps, it is no surprise that a mobile application now exists for the 78.2 million dog owners and 86.4 million cat owners in the US. Mobile translates to portable in this instance. If you watch Good Morning America, you may have noticed a segment that featured innovative, new products for pets. ClimateRightâ has developed a mobile (portable) unit for heating and cooling pet houses. The CR-2550 mini was recently unveiled and provides portable air conditioning and heating that is easy to install, affordable and most of all keeps beloved pets safe.

    Most dog and cat owners consider their pets as a member of the family and in some cases they are family! As such, there is no cost spared to keep the pets well fed, entertained and most importantly healthy.  Numerous studies have shown that pet ownership can decrease your blood pressure, cholesterol, feelings of loneliness and increase your opportunities for socialization, exercise and outdoor activities.  Having veterinary professionals in my immediate family makes a believer out of me in this regard. 

     

  • 14.08.12 0 Posted By Todd Arend

    Summertime is a great time to enjoy the outdoors with your petas long as precautions are taken to prevent overheating. Every year, the media reports sad instances of a family pet being left in a vehicle or small space in the extreme heat and not surviving. While pet owners can choose to seek the comforts of cooler environments when the mercury sizzles, pets rely on their owners to provide a safe and healthy environment.

    As preparation for the dog days of summer is just around the corner, it is good to look at activities and products that will help avoid a dangerous or fatal condition that is highly preventable in pets. A spring/summer check-up may also help detect early problems such as kidney disease, which may have greater impact with the stress of extreme heat along with greater risk for older or overweight pets. It may also be a good idea to cut your pets۪ fur shorter as warmer months approach.

    An Ohio-based company will begin shipping a product to help prevent heat stroke in pets this summer season. ClimateRight will begin shipping the CR-2550 in May of 2012. This portable air conditioning and heating unit is ideal for creature comfort and is environmentally friendly with no carbon monoxide or fluorocarbon emissions. The ClimateRight CR-2550 Mini can be set to maintain temperatures of 62-88 degrees Fahrenheit and is easily installed so that you have the coolest pet in the neighborhood.

    Many pet owners fail to recognize that heat stroke is very serious. Dogs and other pets can be in danger of experiencing a heat stroke if they are acclimating to hot weather, confined in a hot space, or if they have worked or played too much without cooling down periods. This condition is commonly seen in dogs, especially in dogs that live in hot and humid climates. A heat stroke in dogs can develop into a potentially deadly situation in as little as 20 minutes or over many hours.

    Recognizing the symptoms of this condition is critical which include extreme panting, salivating, staggering, vomiting and diarrhea. As it becomes fatal, your pet will become comatose and their temperature will range from 104- 110šF. The main reason hot weather is an issue for pets is because they are not able to cool off as efficiently, says Tom Carpenter, DVM and former American Animal Hospital Association President and President of Newport Harbor Animal Hospital in Costa Mesa, Calif. They don۪t sweat and have to pant to release the heat.

    According to Dr. Carpenter, dehydration can lead to lethargy as it progresses, and the pet۪s eyes may appear to be sunken. In mild to moderate cases, giving your pet small amounts of water to drink over time will help, but in severe cases they۪ll need IV fluids administered by a veterinarian and time is of the essence to obtain care.

    By taking precautions to keep your pet safe from summer heat, you۪ll have little to worry about. Then you can focus on enjoying a doggone great summer together!

    Note: ClimateRight is not a Veterinarian. We do not dispense treatment advice.

  • 01.08.12 0 Posted By David Gamble

    Mobile Boutique from The Mighty Girl Blog - RV trailer Climate Right AirIf you want to start a small business but aren't sure about getting into a building, a mobile business might be a great idea. Small stores and boutiques with specialty items are a good choice for mobile stores.

    The Mighty Girl Blog got the chance to look at one boutique in an RV trailer that takes the best thrift store finds and brings them to the shopper, but there are many applications for this, from a store to a home office--if you keep it cozy enough, you could even invite your customers in for meetings!

    If you were to start a mobile business, what would it be?

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