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post #1 of 71 (permalink) Old 03-27-2017, 02:51 PM Thread Starter
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Dogs in Jeeps

Or any other vehicle for that matter.

Caught a break in the rain so I took Ryker for his first trip in the Jeep. He had a blast!
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Looks like he is having a great time so does his big brother.
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When you pass a cattle farm and the scent hits you(in a 94 jeep):
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Or any other vehicle for that matter.

Caught a break in the rain so I took Ryker for his first trip in the Jeep. He had a blast!
I love it Jim!! A jeep without the back seat is perfect for hauling Shepherds around in. Looks like you had a great day.

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If only I didn't hate how much my truck breaks down I would get a license plate that says "We Blazin" . . . then again, I don't smoke and I live in potsville LOL
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I love it Jim!! A jeep without the back seat is perfect for hauling Shepherds around in. Looks like you had a great day.
Thanks Donny, it was the first thing I took out and stored in the barn. Got a 1/2" rubber pad from Tractor Supply and cut it to fit the tub so the dogs get good traction and no sliding around. Put some indoor/outdoor carpet on the wells and presto, happy dogs!

BTW, it never looked this clean again. Ever...


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That is awesome! Lucky dogs.
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Thanks Donny, it was the first thing I took out and stored in the barn. Got a 1/2" rubber pad from Tractor Supply and cut it to fit the tub so the dogs get good traction and no sliding around. Put some indoor/outdoor carpet on the wells and presto, happy dogs!

BTW, it never looked this clean again. Ever...
Wow, you had me feeling like a pig when I saw that picture. I am glad you are human. Mine is muddy all the time. Such a mess. I had actually cut a 1/2 inch thick plywood and fit it to the tub floor. That tub can get warm in the summer time and the plywood is a pretty good insulator. I had a rubberized mat on top of the plywood but Ranger tore it into small pieces.

He got me tickled today. We were going down a two lane road and for no apparent reason he decided he didnt like the vehicles in the opposing lane. Every time a car passed us he would bark at it then he would attack my ragtop!!! I had to scold him 3-4 times before he quit. I need the old ragtop.
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