Bicycle with Service Dog - Has Anyone Here Done This?

I’m considering purchasing an adventure bicycle and attempting some serious riding to help lower my weight and get away from the house for a while. My largest concern is not keeping my insulin at the right temperature nor my other medications. Instead, it is taking proper care of my Service Dog. I am supposed to have him with me all the time, so I know that I will need to either find a way to either carry him on my bicycle or get a trailer to pull him with me (at least part of the time).
Because I am looking to do something different I am looking for suggestions on bicycles, tents and any other equipment that I should consider taking along. I don’t expect to have everything I need right this minute and not necessarily start a long ride this year but I would like to do this soon. I have some camping gear but most of it is too heavy for a week or two of riding.

Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!

Hi @Composed if you go a Google search for “bicycle trailer” there are many options for you to take a look at. I used to use the trailer seat for my toddler, but I see quite a few people using them for pets. A flat trailer can be used for anything, gear and pets if you are handy you can modify one to be everything you need. Cheers and good luck :four_leaf_clover:

Thanks, Joe!
I’ll do a search and see what I find. It looks like there are a lot of good options for trailers. I’ll start looking for a strong yet lightweight trailer as my Service Dog (SD) weighs 55 lbs. (~25 kg). I have also started looking for a good recumbent bicycle instead of a touring bicycle.
I’ve used a Frio for years to keep my medicine in a safe temperature range while traveling so thankfully that’s covered.
I’ve also purchased a Kelly Kettle so I that I won’t need to pack fuel and it doesn’t take much room as everything stacks together. It encloses the fire and fuel (organic matter e.g. sticks, leaves, etc.) that you can find in most places.

Again, thank you for your help.