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Old 01-28-2016, 02:57 PM   #11
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If you don't crate your pups while driving leave their leash on. In case of an accident and they end up outside your vehicle someone can grab their leash if they are afraid.
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Old 01-28-2016, 03:03 PM   #12
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Old 01-28-2016, 04:28 PM   #13
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Was wondering if each of those doggies choose the same seats all the time?
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Ca. and Fa. its the law all pets in a vehicle must be in a crate or a seat belt harness when in motion
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Old 01-28-2016, 05:21 PM   #15
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Was wondering if each of those doggies choose the same seats all the time?
Yep, assigned seating and they know it. They get very upset if the Yorki screws up and takes one of the Cavaliers.
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I live in CA and have never heard of that law before. What about us humans falling too? I tripped once accidently falling down them and got a nasty injury.
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Old 01-28-2016, 08:34 PM   #17
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Was wondering if each of those doggies choose the same seats all the time?
We use boosters with our three dogs too. And they know which seat is theirs. If you put someone in the wrong seat they will immediately jump out and into the correct seat. If you strap them into the wrong seat, they will cry until you move them
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Tail ended one time back in 1997ish ....dog hit the windshield (luckily not injured). All pets now travel seatbelted in back seat (so they won't be injured by air bag) or in their crate. I do love those dog seats yworrydog!
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I think you've found the best answer. I would suggest putting a finger hole in the side of it to make it easier to lift out though. Not sure of the size, but maybe you could build a collapsible leg system that could store in the basement and use the plywood for a small side table to sit outside when stopped. Dual function!
Good ideas, thanks. And based on some of the following messages that area is the only viable spot to locate a crate out of the way.
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How about one of those baby gates that fold up like an accordion or one that slides open and closed?
Yup, and we have two of them collecting dust.
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