Does Your Dog Go In Style ?

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  1. Yorick

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    Elvis, our dopey Springer is a bit of a show off and likes his own privacy :Smile:

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    No Kennels for our pooch he travels in the van :BigGrin:
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    Ahem, it was a bit tongue in cheek :BigGrin:

    But I do let him drive the camper when I've had too much booze :Smile:
     
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    Mine prefers the drivers seat.
     
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    Mine too... when we stop, she jumps straight into 'the captains chair' lol
     
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    Every time I open one of the doors, he leaps straight in :BigGrin:
     
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    My dog (Rossi) also used to sit in the drivers seat. The problem was he "really" loved the steering wheel :Blush:
    This was made worse as he would flash the lights at the same time, sometimes he would also honk the horn. Hilarious for most passers by but very embarrassing for me.

    I'm fitting a bulkhead in the new van.
     
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