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Old 12-02-2014, 08:49 AM   #29
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Yep, they do love to go.

Lots of new places to sniff and do their business, it is all about the dog's needs.



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Old 12-04-2014, 01:26 AM   #30
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My bigger pup, Teddy, simply loves to travel. If he gets out to the garage where we keep our TV he runs around looking up at the door handles trying to get someone to open the door so he can go for a ride---anywhere!

Once aboard, he settles on the dog hammock in back and sleeps until we get off the highway, then goes to full alert watching out the window as we drive slower.

He loves the AS almost as much. I think it's mainly a "be with my people" thing in his mind. The other dogs in our pack are willing to travel but not as wildly enthusiastic about gettin aboard.


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Old 12-15-2014, 07:02 PM   #31
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Traveling with Long Dogs, Big Dogs, Small Dogs, Lots of Dogs...

I've been traveling with some very big dogs for the past year, notably living out of my Interstate EXT for the past two months. My solution was to pull out the second row of seats and install crates that are very large and maximize the space for large dogs. I posted a thread on the process and would be happy to help if you would like more detailed information. Hope this helps. I make the crates (shameless plug for K9CarCrate.com) I have attached a picture. Steve
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Old 12-17-2014, 06:20 AM   #33
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I've been traveling with some very big dogs for the past year, notably living out of my Interstate EXT for the past two months. My solution was to pull out the second row of seats and install crates that are very large and maximize the space for large dogs. I posted a thread on the process and would be happy to help if you would like more detailed information. Hope this helps. I make the crates (shameless plug for K9CarCrate.com) I have attached a picture. Steve
I saw those, and anyone who has a crate issue ought to take a look at them, because they look wonderful. Wouldn't help us, however, as our model of Interstate does not have a second row of seats.
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I can't help you, we have the opposite experience. Our dog hates the car and hated the pickup we used to pull the Bambi. One great outcome of trading it all for the Interstate is that he's perfectly happy to go in the Airstream. So glad!
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Probably enjoys the extra room to roam.
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