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dog hauling hatch - search and rescue ru
Posted 22 January 2005 - 03:31 AM
It would be cool especially if I convert to 4 wd and lift it, I figured, it will go places that are hard to get to, then, the dog is a bloodhound, working on man trailing and scent tracking, seems logical that the too should go together, his name even has the right letters in it, LOL Carter RUben
Posted 22 January 2005 - 04:21 AM
Anyway, I think a crate bolted to the floor would work good. You could secure it with wing nuts so it'd be easy to remove if you wanted to haul something besides a pooch. Remember, installing a gate in the front and rear will limit your access as well.
Now, here's a really good idea: I put a 35x40 sliding ragtop in the roof of my wagon. With the roof open, the interior never gets hotter than the outside temps, I feel totally comfortable leaving the mutt (or mutts) back there on a summer day. It's a lot more secure than leaving your windows down as well.
Then again, no one messes with my car when there's an angry Randall barking at them.
There's a thread on my woof, uh I mean roof here.
Posted 22 January 2005 - 04:59 AM
Posted 22 January 2005 - 05:01 AM
I do have a little bit of experience with dog dividers if thats really what you want to do. I used to work on cop cars. repairing at one point and building them at a differnt yard later. A police K9 unit has no back seat. they build a platform with grippy carpet back there so the dog can keep control while riding along. used a thick mesh for the windows and divider. they usually leave the cars running with A/C on for the dogs or parked in a nice cool spot with windows open. are there any specific details you are looking for? let me know.
Singletrack- I like your rag top. bet the dags do to. My dog was crate trained when i got him but he never really liked it. now he has freedom of the house while we are gone. He lives with two cats and never gets in trouble at home. away from the house Is a different story. He has a tendancy to chase deer and get in brawls with other dogs so he stays ON leash 99% of the time.
Posted 22 January 2005 - 05:48 AM
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