This dog really looks like it could use some help. These happy campers took their beloved pooch with them, assuming that their pooch is going to enjoy spending time outside, in nature, but in actual fact, the little guy looks like a deer in the headlights, and a little stressed out.
Dogs love to get out and explore, just like their humans but there are definitely many things to consider before signing your dog up for a camping excursion. Be sure to do some research beforehand on what all is involved in taking your sweet companion with on a camping trip.
A Nosy Dog
Camping with dogs can go either way. It can be fun, but it can also be a real challenge. In this case, what started out as a fun day camping ended with the pooch strolling over to a nearby vacation home and just about as subtle as a raccoon, he stuck his head through someone's door screen.
Yes, it seems that little face seems to really enjoy propping screen doors open. Even if this little cutie tries to sneak into your home and steal some treats, he's so adorable that we bet his misdemeanor will be forgiven. Just don't display any food near where he can actually steal it!
Camping or Floating?
Generally speaking, when people camp, they want to set their tent on the ground, which is literally what camping is. But, sometimes, Mother Nature has other plans. Enjoying your time away in the great outdoors is not the straightforward proposition it seems to be when it's raining cats and dogs.
In this case, the campers' van started floating around, and they learned that they have no other choice but to float instead of drive to the next campsite. If camping is all about adventure, it's safe to say they got an adventure alright, plus they'll probably save money on gas!
When getting a tent it's important to find one that suits your needs best. Needs change from one camper to the next but we think it's safe to say that everyone wants to be able to have their feet tucked in safely inside their tent, with no limbs sticking out.
Evidently, this person is just too tall, for this tiny tent. Sleeping away from home, and away from your own bed can already be an uncomfortable adjustment for some. Be sure to get a tent that your body befits comfortably, otherwise good luck trying to get a good night's rest!
Bury the Hatchet
Getting out in nature is a great time to do a lot new things and gain new experiences, but some activities should probably be left to the professionals. Yes, it's all fun and games to try some tree cutting just to prove how masculine you are. But, using a hatchet is no joke!
He learned a valuable lesson about hatchets that day— they can cut more than just trees so you better be careful when using them. When camping, one should always be careful, responsible, and mindful of what can go wrong, even though they might seem like a fun idea at first.