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Old 11-24-2012, 08:26 PM   #41 (permalink)
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i'm guessing Kira did nothing and that's why you're
posting this thread. my dog would have remained
in the back of the car when we exited. i taught our dog
to lay down automatically (no command) when we exit the car.
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Old 11-24-2012, 08:41 PM   #42 (permalink)
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i'm guessing Kira did nothing and that's why you're
posting this thread
. my dog would have remained
in the back of the car when we exited. i taught our dog
to lay down automatically (no command) when we exit the car.
I would've posted even if Kira jumped out of the car, and chased the attendant through the car wash...
Because that's how I roll

Have I EVER been one to hold back?
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Old 11-24-2012, 08:56 PM   #43 (permalink)
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Do Tell! time is a wastin'
I did tell. ( a page or so back).

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Old 11-24-2012, 09:14 PM   #45 (permalink)
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I didn't see anyone posting on Kira's actual response, sorry! Just what their dogs would or would not do.
Kira probably wanted to go for a ride...and the driver wasn't the issue, just that she get to her destination!
So.....are you buying a crate now?
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Old 11-24-2012, 10:04 PM   #46 (permalink)
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I know my oldest dog wouldn't do anything except for look at the guy,but one of my fosters is very car protective and wouldn't let anyone enter the car without one of us present. We've always taught the dogs we have to behave in the car as far as staying in the back,but just recently started using crates in the cargo area about 6 months ago once we found it was safer. If we are stopping somewhere to eat we will let the dogs get out of the crate and get in the back seat from the cargo area. Once we start moving again, they go back in the crate. I have to admit that I didn't see the point in crating dogs that were well behaved in the car,especially since a few of them liked to look out the window as we drove. That was until I started doing research on safety hazards of loose dogs in cars,even if they weren't jumping all over the car.
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I posted before that Raina would have probably barked but actually she always travels in a crate in the back of my PT so she wouldn't have gotten to sit in the front seat anyway. We don't have car washes like that here - not sure what she would think of being in her crate and going through a car wash. My car wash is my husband with a hose and sponge.
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I didn't see anyone posting on Kira's actual response, sorry! Just what their dogs would or would not do.
Kira probably wanted to go for a ride...and the driver wasn't the issue, just that she get to her destination!
So.....are you buying a crate now?
I think it's great that she just moved to the back to continue her ride!
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Crystal would've went all out barking once she saw him nearing our car. Then if he came in... she'd probably give a couple warning barks and snarls before nipping at him.
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ahhhh , Anthony, these posts are so weird . I keep trying to imagine this scenario and each time it comes to me as a device used in movies "the flashback"! Where reality is warped because the memory is selective.

You have a van . In the van are two young ladies and your lovely wife . Dog in restraint back seat . You leave .

Now we have TWO dynamic moving participants . The attendant who wants to enter your vehicle and the dog .

See it as a see-saw , forward and back . Man opens door - dog jumps to back seat --- hey wait a minute --

page one "I finish fueling, and pull into the automated carwash. At that point, the car wash attendant asks me to get out of my truck."

why?

page 3 - "I had left the truck to go pay for some "extras", such as tire shine, wax, etc....
Kira thought we were leaving, and jumped in my seat. ( she NEVER jumps out, no matter what, until I leash her).

The attendant opened the door, and Kira immediately jumped in the back seat. The attendant sat in the driver seat, and drove my car into the automated car wash"

Anthony -- that is two different accounts . In one you are IN the car and asked to come out , child unclips dog thinking every one is going to exit.
Second recollection you are OUT of the car and returning after paying for "extras" and attendant enters car , while DOG thought you were leaving and was in the drivers seat - no child undoing her restraint .

so in these replay what does the family do - not sit there wooden --
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