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Scott from Buff ( Tearloch ) made a small platform and put a blanket on it in his extended cab.. like a ' dog bed '. Works great for him.
And he loves it!! The padding is from a bed, that we got rid of, one of those with 2 air bladders so you can adjust it to your liking and the others to theirs. it had a zipper all the way around it..
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(D that's the vest you gave me for him!)

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Your dog looks like a character out of a cartoon with the hair. Funny stuff.
cousin it cousin it cousin it!!! lol
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my great dane starts in the backseat, and i lay down the pass. seat and his front paws are on there. only way he'll fit without being in my lap!

That's why I'm glad ours is so small She fits in the back seat but the front pass. seat has to be all the way forward. Most spoiled dog I've ever seen she'll look at you like your an idiot if you try to put her in the bed.
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X's 2 for mine as well she is short hair on most of her body but the middle of her back is almost 2inches long and sheds like crazy. My truck gets its own 3M lint roller for her seat.
I need to get a lint roller for my truck. Most of the time I just use the car wash vac.
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I need to get a lint roller for my truck. Most of the time I just use the car wash vac.
Yeah I have the Bissel Pet Vacuum for my house and it has an attachment so I can do my truck but the lint rollers gets the leftovers
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And he loves it!! The padding is from a bed, that we got rid of, one of those with 2 air bladders so you can adjust it to your liking and the others to theirs. it had a zipper all the way around it..


The pup...


(D that's the vest you gave me for him!)

He looks EXACTLY like my lab! EXACTLY!
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well before mine got too old to make the jump up the tailgate of my dads 2wd sivlerado, he rode in the back and the top my dad actually had attached to the toolbox .... the best was one time we were driving around on a real hot day and he starts making all sorts of noise and hopping around in the back ... figured out the bedmat was BURNING HIS PAWS! so we rolled that up and he was good haha.
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My yellow lab will ride shotgun but other times I will put her full size dog crate in the back, strap it in and she rides in there. I do that if I've just detailed the inside. haha
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Old 11-04-2008
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My yellow lab will ride shotgun but other times I will put her full size dog crate in the back, strap it in and she rides in there. I do that if I've just detailed the inside. haha
That's what I do too. I actually have two crates. One for in the house, the other stays folded up in the garage until I need it.
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Campershell with the windows open (screen mesh) in the summertime. They have fun back there. No pics but 1 CoonHound/Bernese Mountain Dog and 1 Russle Terrier Mix. The hound mix is 6 months old and already 50lbs!
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Old 11-18-2008
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Bailey finally rode in the box in the topper I dont think she really knew what we were doing til we were driving around then she was coool with the idea of a ll her new room to roam
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My friend had someting that I will try to explain. Using "super cool guy"s picture. My friend actually used 2 home made cables. One attached on each side of the front of bedeach attached to the collar. The cables were just long enough to reach to the stake pockets on the other side. This allowed the dog to go side to side and about half way down the bed in the center.

If this dont make sense I can retry to describe but I dont think i can.

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I don't have dogs, but one of the coolest idea's I've seen is what my buddy Will does with his dogs. He has an Avalanche, takes the forwardmost panel out, the window out and puts his husky's in there. If he's cruisin in his wheelin rig, his 78 Blazer, he has a harness built into the rollbar for Toby, the older dog to be strapped to and rides shotgun.
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