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Ah Musikmann man I thought for sure if you owned a dog you would it riding in the finest car! I do think some dogs can ruin a car but my German Shepherds had their nails clipped and were groomed on a weekly basis and they were VERY well behaved in the car! U couldn't even tell a dog that large had been in the car once the dog hair was immediately cleaned after each car ride. No tears or scrathes, no chewing and in fact they were cleaner then small kids in my car It was nothing but the best for my two GS that were both of a very fine German line!
Hey there Debbi,

Now you know I really like you and would not insult you for anything. I do like dogs and we grew up with another good German breed, Dachshunds! Like you, I would rather have German dogs in my backseat than puking, or dropping french fries, rugrats. I would buy ANY car you own because you are so good to them. Cheers

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Well of course. Our dog is well trained and doesn't make a mess. He is also well groomed so no shedding.

Most of all, he is the most adorable dog around.

Funny thing he cost more than the asking price of our 300D
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all of them. although together they equal out to 17 pounds...lol

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Ohhh these fur kids are simply adorable!!! Such cute little faces! I am very maternal with cute fur kids!
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Hey there Debbi,

Now you know I really like you and would not insult you for anything. I do like dogs and we grew up with another good German breed, Dachshunds! Like you, I would rather have German dogs in my backseat than puking, or dropping french fries, rugrats. I would buy ANY car you own because you are so good to them. Cheers
Yeah when I am ready for a new car whoever gets my car gets a very well maintained pampered car with no expense spared to take care of her! I love Dachshunds! They are a fine German breed! LOL! I have a no dirty kids policy in my car which means kids must be well behaved and clean, no eating or toys in the back (most of my nieces and nephews are very good kids), and a no drunk adult policy when I drive. If I go out with friends and I am the one driving if you are remotely buzzed or drunk to where there is a slight chance you could puke in my car I will tell you straight up I will call you a cab! Most of the time I like to drive separately to avoid drunks in my car. I had a friend who had someone puke in her car and she could never get the smell out of her car! She was so glad when she sold it! People shouldn't drink and drive anyway and most people I know are responsible. I don't even like grass or any dirt on my car carpets and make sure they are always clean. I have a special soft cloth and spray bottle of water to remove any dead bugs or bird poopies whenever I spot them on my car. I am a fanatic with brake dust and constantly clean all 4 wheels several times a week. My friends think I am way too anal with my car. That is just me!
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Ohhh these fur kids are simply adorable!!! Such cute little faces! I am very maternal with cute fur kids!
Thanks....Yeah, they are my babys... And i honestly would say i'd rather they stay in the house alone for 10 hours, or be in the back seat of the car, MUCH more than our 10 and 11 year old boys....Not to mention the fur kids dont make anywhere NEAR the mess or give ATTITUDE like the boys!

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Cool Sure, with lots of towels

Hello, B go in;

Boomer, my Lab/Border Collie weighs 85 pounds and he loves to ride shotgun. Fortunately, he's well behaved. Of course, I cover the seat with towels and keep him on the choke collar, short-leashed.

Does anybody here have any experience with doggie seatbelt adapters? I'd feel better if he was strapped in.

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My Sheltie gets in the back seat and wakes up when we arrive wherever we're going
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Short and simple, NO.
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Hello, B go in;

Boomer, my Lab/Border Collie weighs 85 pounds and he loves to ride shotgun. Fortunately, he's well behaved. Of course, I cover the seat with towels and keep him on the choke collar, short-leashed.

Does anybody here have any experience with doggie seatbelt adapters? I'd feel better if he was strapped in.

Cheers!

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I always had my German Shepherd in the back seat (both of them weighed) over 100 pounds. I always wondered if there was a way to strap them in. A friend of mine said she saw some sort of special seat belt adaptors at either Petsmart or Petco a while back and thought about going back to see if they still carried them so she could buy for her dog. Her dog is a lot smaller as it is a Maltese. Not sure if they have them for the larger breeds. Have you tried strapping him in the normal way? That never worked with my dogs.
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