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  • sandrat888sandrat888
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    Post edited by sandrat888 at 2012-07-04 03:02:11
  • Wow this is a great idea! I will definitely do this when I have to take Dart back to the states.
  • StaticNfuzzStaticNfuzz
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    Thanks for the helpful tips Sandra. Our training center recently lost one member and her dog in May due to a car collision coming back from a trial. I don't think she had a rough tough crate which may have saved her canine partner.

    I wanted to ask are those dog dishes bolted on the front(?)....hard to tell in the photo.

    Snf
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  • AWE46M3AWE46M3
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    ^^^ I'm guessing he is referring to the hatch area of a hatchback Yaris.

    I also do not like the idea of putting a dog back there in a crate. I've been rear-ended a few too many times to feel comfortable with that.

    While not the best solution, my wife and I use one of those hammocks for the rear seat for our dog.

    I wonder how many police/firefighters/emt would bother to look inside that PVC tube and go through the information...? I sort of think if may go unnoticed in the midst of an accident which is that severe - you never know though, I suppose...
    Post edited by AWE46M3 at 2012-07-05 11:29:08
  • sandrat888sandrat888
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