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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...
If I roll the window down too far she'll jump out so she's in the cab 'cause she's too dumb the stay in the bed... even when it's not moving she jumps out of the bed...
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isn't it illegal to have a dog in the bed? my parents have these seatbelt leash things that hook to their dogs' collars then go through the seatbelts when they are latched close.
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i think you're "supposed" to have them on a leash even if they are in the bed in sc.. but i could be wrong. i used to just throw my dogs (boxers) in the bed and they'd be just fine. never had an issue with a dog jumping out. and i'm not putting 2 75lb dogs in the cab of my truck to drool all over everything.
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I'd just rather have the dog in the cab. I've got one of those seatbelt collars too, but DD can get out of those also. I once had her all strapped in, and had the truck running and went inside to grab something, and when I came out, the collar was sitting underneath her on the seat.

She has started riding in the back seat, which is cool, but I like having her up front.
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Is that a wild peacock?

Where do you live that those things run wild?
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Can't electrify fiberglass!
Fine then, get a POS hood, hammer some nails through it, that way when they land they cut they're feet, or you could also electrify the nails, stab'em and fry'em.
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I put some clevises in the bed of my truck one in the front and one toward the back for each dog then made some cables only long enough to allow them to get their head over the side of the truck on both sides. I made a plate in the back that is threaded so I can take the rear one in and out as I please to load stuff in the back. Not sure in other states but its legal in Washington and Oregon and perfectly safe as long as u have the correct size collar
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I used to put my dog (65 lb Black lab) in the bed of my truck with the campertop. I also had a bed mat and she loved it. I could slide open the side windows and she could get plenty of air without hanging her head out cause it had the mesh in there. She would lay down and go to sleep in the middle of the bed and she wouldnt slide around cause of the mat. I loved it too cause it kept those long *** claws from ripping my seats. Now my dog cant fit in my truck. She doesnt fit in a standard cab.
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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!


REALLY cool pic...
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marie i can tell you now those sticky rollers wont work too well on that dog hair...lol!!! the thing that will work is get a good roll of 3M duct tape and tear off in about 3-4" incriments and make a circle with it and just get to patin it with you hand and rollin it with your hand!! Aslo a good vac will work in conjunction with it too!! TRUST ME!!!! lol its gonna take awhile...lol!!
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I put some clevises in the bed of my truck one in the front and one toward the back for each dog then made some cables only long enough to allow them to get their head over the side of the truck on both sides. I made a plate in the back that is threaded so I can take the rear one in and out as I please to load stuff in the back. Not sure in other states but its legal in Washington and Oregon and perfectly safe as long as u have the correct size collar

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marie i can tell you now those sticky rollers wont work too well on that dog hair...lol!!! the thing that will work is get a good roll of 3M duct tape and tear off in about 3-4" incriments and make a circle with it and just get to patin it with you hand and rollin it with your hand!! Aslo a good vac will work in conjunction with it too!! TRUST ME!!!! lol its gonna take awhile...lol!!
Actually the rollers work great...
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I will try to get some pics when I get a minute
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wow Marie. You need an interior swap. You'll NEVER get all that hair out.

WHat the hell kind of animal do you have? An abominable snowman?
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wow Marie. You need an interior swap. You'll NEVER get all that hair out.

So I spent a solid hour with a lint roller and vacuum... made a decent dent but I wasn't trying super hard... then I spent about 2-3 hours with my brother, a brush, and a shop vac... it looked almost perfect but we finally just gave up on the last bit of hair...
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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...
x2 ... also not sure about anywhere else but CA requires you to leash your dog in bed short enough that it cant jump out so spotting **** on the road becomes a moot point
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I let my dogs ride with me inside both of our vehicles and I have found that if I take the shop vac with one of those triangular patterned nozzles and go diagonal up and down on the carpet/seats a few times vigorously it works the fur out of the fabric. The shop vac cleans almost all hair out of them and also the lint roller will finish the job...
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