The Right Car For Your Dog
Has your family vehicle gone to the dogs? Take comfort in our handy, breeder-approved, consumer guide.
Alice Bixler |
Posted: Mon Feb 28 00:00:00 PST 2005
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There's no limit to the types of vehicles for toting canines. For years, hunters and mushers have used kennel units fitted into the back of a pick-up truck. A converted bus was perfect for an exhibitor who claims that buses, unlike RVs, are meant to be driven every day and are incredibly stable on the road. Storage capacity is sizeable, and fuel tanks are large, making pit stops fewer and farther between. One Saint Bernard breeder brings her charges to shows in her huge horse trailer. And long-time exhibitors still recall the Dal breeders from the 1960s who carted their dogs in a converted hearse. Dead on.
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