Dyllan was super successful in her work and making good money, when she realized she wasn’t fulfilled in life. Having been able to pay off her student loans and save, she was in a good place to quit, build out a van and start traveling with her dog Juniper. After driving 30,000 miles across the US, she has settled in Moab where she works in dog rescue for Underdog Rescue.
Her beautiful bright and open van meets all of her needs and doubles as a transport vehicle for at-risk dogs. Right now she has two little foster puppies and a whole drawer dedicated to dog food. Enjoy the tour!
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Underdog Rescue in Moab in Her DIY ProMaster
She chose to have a portable stove top to increase bench space.
She has a pretty stealthy exterior.
She has lots of storage under the bed where she can store her stuff or transport dogs in need.
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