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Old 10-16-2013, 11:06 PM   #1
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Dogs might love our cars even more than we do. And while I can see the appeal to keeping your car pristine, in the end it's only fur and a good detailing can take care of the leather. Dogs rule. Let's see them.
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Old 10-16-2013, 11:11 PM   #2
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Sorry, not for me. Our dog only rides in my wife's car. I do have a back seat dog cover for if the dog ever does need to ride in mine. It also works for when my kids need a ride from the beach Cool idea/pics though.
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What I'd really like would be to buy another rear seat. I should start scouring the junk yards. I could even do black (actually black leatherette would probably be best- that stuff is indestructible). That'd definitely hold me over til Operation E46 M3 Wagon is underway/complete.
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^^ Dave, I picked up a rear seat for about $150, and the swap takes no more than thirty minutes.

I understand that people want to keep their cars clean, but not letting the dog in? I'd rather take an extra hour per week to scrub out some fur, and wipe off the drool (omg, there is so much drool with a Rottie). When he's not drooling, he's farting- and I still take him with me wherever I go.
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Adam - 30 minutes? Do you also mean the rear? Heck, I can pop just the bench out in 30 seconds, not minutes...
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Dogs might love our cars even more than we do. And while I can see the appeal to keeping your car pristine, in the end it's only fur and a good detailing can take care of the leather. Dogs rule. Let's see them.
thAt 3rd pic is awesome! They look like they're having a great time!


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The dogs love it in the car! Just get a protector in the back seat and strap the leashes to the headrests and they have the time of their lives. Here's a few pics



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Adam - 30 minutes? Do you also mean the rear? Heck, I can pop just the bench out in 30 seconds, not minutes...
All of my DIY time estimates are real-world times, and include going to the garage, starting the car, having a beer or two during, then celebrating a job well done with a single malt scotch and a cigar.
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Some good looking friends in these pictures. Let's keep them all safe and make sure they wear harnesses in the car especially with the top down. If only takes a small fender bender for our best friends to go flying and without a harness they can be ejected out of the car into traffic or worse and securing them by a leash puts enormous stress on a vulnerable area.


These things are inexpensive at around $20 and are not hard to use. A small investment for the return we get from our friends.

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