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MooseMiller
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Post by MooseMiller »

carbonblack wrote: Sun Jan 21, 2024 6:59 pm Perfect for Lucy and Bonnie but I,m afraid mine are too big to be back there.
Maybe try with the seat folded forward?

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MooseMiller wrote: Mon Jan 22, 2024 9:18 am
carbonblack wrote: Sun Jan 21, 2024 6:59 pm Perfect for Lucy and Bonnie but I,m afraid mine are too big to be back there.
Maybe try with the seat folded forward?
... or hand over the driving seat?
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Bela the GSD loves it in the back- I do try to lower the dropframe but she often beats me to it!!
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Post by AUTOBUMP2007 »

We were in between dogs and looking for a greyhound. Went for a test drive and went round to a pal who has a grey to do a test fit, and yes you can get a grey in the back. We now have a 5yr old greyhound, just need the car to arrive.
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gbj1 wrote: Wed Jan 31, 2024 6:17 pm Bela the GSD loves it in the back- I do try to lower the dropframe but she often beats me to it!!
Clever dog. Did you train her to push the button?
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DJMCUK wrote: Wed Jan 31, 2024 11:45 pm
gbj1 wrote: Wed Jan 31, 2024 6:17 pm Bela the GSD loves it in the back- I do try to lower the dropframe but she often beats me to it!!
Clever dog. Did you train her to push the button?
That'd be silly. If she did that surely she would drop the keys :)
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DJMCUK wrote: Wed Jan 31, 2024 11:45 pm
gbj1 wrote: Wed Jan 31, 2024 6:17 pm Bela the GSD loves it in the back- I do try to lower the dropframe but she often beats me to it!!
Clever dog. Did you train her to push the button?
:D :P
We do think she's smart but....!
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Post by Bazza06 »

Have you considered Part-Exchange?
A lot of dog rescue centres have smaller dogs that you could trade in for your larger ones and easily fit them into a Macan.
Come on, it's a Porsche Macan :D
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Post by SteveTTT »

We have a 3 year old Black Lab and she is fine with the Macan, in fact it can be hard to get her out.
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For anyone with small pooches, I got two pink ones of these for my two. They are super sturdy (crash tested), and no chance their noses will get caught in the holes etc..
There are two entry/exit points and it has a temperature gauge. It’s also easy to attach a water bottle into them for longer journeys etc..

https://mimsafeuk.com/product/care2_small_dog_cage/
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