Siberian Recreational Vehicle

The bi-ped caretakers have grumbled a lot about how difficult it is to go anywhere for a weekend because of The Herd.  That’s right, amazingly, they sometimes want to be somewhere other than at the house taking care of 6 Siberians every night.

Boarding The Herd is pretty expensive, we have had some bad experiences with home care, and motels are less than excited about having The Herd stay (even all in crates).  So, while the Jeep is great for day trips, we needed something a little bigger for longer excursions.  Can you guess?

Siberian Recreational Vehicle

The humans weren’t really going to buy an S-RV.  After all, they were “just looking.”  But since that was what they said just before adopting nearly every member of The Herd, we know how well that went.

Besides – it sleeps SIX Siberians.  Watch:

Cheoah and Rusty

Cheoah and Rusty over the cab

Kiska and Natasha

Kiska and Natasha on the fold out couch

Qannik and Kodiak

Qannik and Kodiak on the bed

Oh yeah, and a couple of humans.

Careful.  We are really, really mobile now, so we might show up near you!


  1. Wild Dingo on July 10, 2009 at 1:02 am

    Woo woo! drive out to CA and visit Wild Dingo! we only have a teeny weeny mini cooper to put 2 big dogs in! We have 20+ acres and a flat lot to park it on and a little “gourmet” grocery store across the street from the flat lot so you can shop with convenience…

  2. Simcha on December 1, 2008 at 8:27 pm

    We are ready! You can park the transporter in our driveway and use our yard! PS we are close to the ocean too!


  3. simcha on November 8, 2008 at 1:57 pm

    wow…that is the ultimate siberian transporter.

  4. Thor and Marco Polo on November 6, 2008 at 7:30 pm


    What an awesome ride! Mom keeps saying she needs one of those for us! If you ever get to Iowa, you must stop and see us! When is your first trip??? Are thinking about visiting Canada?

    Thor and Marco Polo

  5. Biloxi on November 5, 2008 at 8:48 pm

    Woo Woo! Maw just loves your accomodations. She been tryin’ to talk Paw inta gittin’ one so wese can go places wid dem. For now, we have the Chevy Sibe-urban which fits 5 of us and 2 humans.

    Keep on rollin’

  6. Dannan & The Girl on November 5, 2008 at 8:46 pm

    What a fantastic S-RV! Your people have the right idea! If you’re up in BC Canada, come to Kamloops to see me, too!

    Brown dog kisses,

  7. Star & Jack on November 5, 2008 at 3:15 pm

    Woos & a-roos, now that’s First-Class traveling accomodations! Furry cool! If woo head EAST and go all the way to the ocean, stop by fur a visit!

    Star & Jack a-roo

  8. Jake and Just Harry on November 5, 2008 at 3:02 pm

    And here our Mom and Dogdad worry about how they will transport just the two of us 26-pound wire fox
    terriers! You give new meaning to the concept of pet friendly accommodations!!

    Ww love your blog — and thank you for stopping by. We’ve been wondering how North Carolina will break
    the tie — but are happy to know sibes who are living every minute of it. Believe us, we get it!!

    Jake and Just Harry

  9. The OP Pack on November 5, 2008 at 8:02 am

    Oh yes, and on your way to see the AO4, be sure to stop in Overland Park to visit with us. Oh, Steve, woo beat us to that question – we were wondering the same thing. We wonder if they got a “pup” tent!!! Ha Roo Roooooo!!!

    Woos, the OP Pack

  10. Steve and Kat on November 4, 2008 at 4:25 pm

    Oh, I hope you come to my house! I would love to meet you. Did you buy a tent so your humans can sleep outside?


  11. The Army of Four on November 4, 2008 at 12:49 pm

    That is so exciting! We’d love for our bipeds to get us one of those!
    Safe travels! and HEAD WEST!
    Play bows,

  12. Khyra on November 4, 2008 at 7:48 am


    Head North my furiends!!

    Woo have a furiend in Pawslyvania!!!

    Khongrats on the khool new khwarters –


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