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Pet Damage

I thought it'd be interesting to see any damage anyone has in their truck 'caused by pets... mine is not literal damage but white dog + black interior = no good....

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Scratches on the center console (this stays up now when she's in the truck)

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Nose prints on the glass

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The sad thing is I just went out and cleaned the truck... if you look at the most concentrated hair areas in the pics that's what the WHOLE SURFACE looked like... it still looks super hairy but it's cleaner than in these pics so I'm satisfied...
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you need one of those sticky rollers. they work good.

that would drive me nuts. i like a clean interior.
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dang that is a lot of sheddin
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you have a furby?
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you need one of those sticky rollers. they work good.

that would drive me nuts. i like a clean interior.
I just bought 12 for $10.00 on ebay... I use 'em a lot and they help but she's in the truck every wednesday so there's not much I can do... I'm looking into some sort of a cover though
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I have black dog hair on my tan interior all the time, but my brother gets scratches on his bed sides and tailgate from the dogs jumping in and out. He got pissed at me one time because I opened the crate in the back before the tailgate and the dog jumped over the tailgate and scratched the hell out of the outside of the tailgate.
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that would drive me nuts. i like a clean interior.

dont we all
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Dog hair is a biotch to clean.
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You know...She's(the pup) only been in my truck once for like 5 minutes...I STILL find hairs everywhere. LOL!
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my cat has yet to be in my new truck.....

my dads little terror....oops terrier has ridden with me a few times but he likes sitting on the floor mat so i never really get any fur anywhere, nothing a shop vac can't handle
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never understood why people let their dogs inside their cab when they have a perfectly good bed to put them in...
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I sure am glad my dog doesn't shed very much. The worse she's ever done is get nose marks on the window. My dog just likes to chill on the front seat or sit up on my center console lid when there's a passenger.
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My dog wont jump up into my truck. I guess he thinks it's too tall.
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Yuck, that would drive me crazy too. I hate getting into a car and ending up with dog hair all over my clothes.
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Yuck, that would drive me crazy too. I hate getting into a car and ending up with dog hair all over my clothes.
Word to that.

No pets ride in my truck.
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never understood why people let their dogs inside their cab when they have a perfectly good bed to put them in...
Because I'd rather have my dog in the cab safe and sound then have her spot something on the road and try to go after it.

My interior looks just like that, Marie. DD's in the truck every day, though.
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We've got that in every one of our vehicles. Black Lab + Border Collie + Jen's parent's German Shepard (sometimes) = fail.
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My cat rides in my truck from FL to WA and back. I find more whiskers vs hair though.

This is what really pisses me off! If I could catch the damn thing, I'd be feasting on Peacock pot pie!

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My cat rides in my truck from FL to WA and back. I find more whiskers vs hair though.

This is what really pisses me off! If I could catch the damn thing, I'd be feasting on Peacock pot pie!

Don't you own a .22?
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I've had to take my golden Retriever to the Groomer sometimes and She doesn't shed so much, but she doesn't like car rides very well, so I have a couple small puke stains in the back. I put towels down but she manages to find the one area that isn't covered.
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Electrify the truck when you park it. You know, like an electric fence.
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the only hair/fur i get is transfer from my cat any hair on my shirt and my girlfriend's. i agree with beard, i like a clean interior. for the most part it clean. the mats gotta get empty'd out and there is a couple salt spots from the snow that dried either from my shoes or my boarding boots.
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yeah I hate dog hair inside a vehicle drives me nutts which is y i have a truck and the dogs go in the back. I never really understood why people with trucks have their dogs in the front.
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Because I'd rather have my dog in the cab safe and sound then have her spot something on the road and try to go after it.
That would just be natural selection at work.
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Electrify the truck when you park it. You know, like an electric fence.
Can't electrify fiberglass!
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