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Well just though I'd start a thread for those that have pets that can't get enough of wanting to be in the truck.

Here's my cat Sophie yes cat even knows the word car ride. Plays fetch and does everything our huskies do.
Cat Mammal Small to medium-sized cats Felidae Whiskers



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Mu Severe Macaw loves to go for rides. He has a perch that mounts over the passenger seat. Whenever we are passing by another vehicle, he laughs at them. When another vehicle passes us, he says "Crap" and looks at me judgementally.


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Personal vehicle security system. (Diesel - Pure Doberman Pincher)

 

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They look so much less mean with out their ears croped. Thank you for not doing it!
He was a runt of the litter and no one want to buy him. He was a bit more than 5-6 months old when we got him and it was getting too late for doing the ears. But all our past Dobbie's have had there ears as well.

 

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On the way home from wv. Riding in the truck usually puts him out pretty quick.
 

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My uncle borrowed the truck one time, and his dog dropped a turd in the backseat. :banghead: You can still kinda see a stain. :banghead:

The bed is the only place for an animal to ride in this truck. . . :spank:
 

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Dog Mammal Vertebrate Dog breed Canidae

Hates truck first 10 minutes and then won't leave me alone to open the window to smell everything.


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