Our 3 Favorite Dog-Friendly Vehicles

Summer is almost here and we know that you have some big trips planned for your and your pup!

Vehicles and Cars That Canines LikeWith so many different places for you and your best friend to explore and discover, you need a vehicle that is built to handle even the most uncharted adventures. From the most rugged mountain terrain to the winding coastal highways, you need a car that can comfortably take you and your dog wherever the winds carries you. We have scoured car lots across the country and have found some fabulous vehicles that combine just the right amount of luxury and utility.

  1. Jeep Cherokee

    You need a spacious vehicle for your big adventures. You need something that is big enough to haul all of your gear while still leaving enough room for you and your pup. The Jeep Cherokee is a smaller yet, spacious SUV that offers you and your buddy just the right amount of room. Jeeps are also built for rugged terrain so they can handle almost any mountain adventure. Their interiors are also designed with the same resiliency.

  2. Chevy Silverado

    It is safe to say that almost any heavy duty pickup truck is a great vehicle option for pet owners and their companions. Much like the Jeep Cherokee, the Chevy Silverado offers a spacious interior and has off-road capability. Although they do not get the best gas mileage, you can count on this truck to safely get you where you want to go, even in the worst road conditions.

  3. Subaru Outback

    Subaru has always set the standard for vehicles that are equipped to handle rough mountain trails. Outbacks are somewhat compact yet, still spacious enough to comfortably fit all of your wilderness and camping gear. Although they are rugged vehicles, they do not compromise on luxury. You and your pup are sure to enjoy your next outdoor adventure with this one.

Vehicles and Cars That Canines LikeThese are just a few of our favorite pet-friendly vehicles. If you and your dog like to lead adventurous lives, you might want to consider investing in a vehicle that is capable of taking you wherever you want to go. With these vehicles and one of our seat covers for dogs, there are no limits to where you and your pup can travel.

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3 Responses to Our 3 Favorite Dog-Friendly Vehicles

  1. karyn simmons says:

    Dog friendly? Really? None of the vehicles listed have heat and air to rear most part of vehicle. It’s very difficult to ventilate that very rear portion of suv.

    • Shero says:

      Puppy proof first. No power cords or dangerous obtjces in puppies area. Remove any valuable or breakable obtjces until after teething and training are complete. Find out from shelter or breeder what food the puppy is on and have a supply of that same food on hand. If you are wanting to change the puppies diet still start out with the original food and slowly mix with the new food. Don’t introduce treats until the puppy is fully acclimated into the home. Buy a crate that is large enough for the puppy to turn around and stand up but not much larger. This represents a comfort zone for the puppy. It is a great training tool. A puppy will naturally not soul his den, which the crate will symbolize. You will need fresh water daily, toys, and teething aids. A leash and adjustable collar along with the crate will help with housebreaking. Then set up a new puppy appointment with your vet to make sure your new family member is up to date on vaccines and is healthy and happy! Good luck !

    • Erika says:

      laura h – Looks like a Maine Coon. These guys don’t reach full size ’til their a several years old! It’s not uonmcmon for them to weigh 20+ lbs and have size 8 feets. For the most part, if this breed was any more laid back, they’d be dead. Love shot #2 — he looks so regal looking over his kingdom with the clouds around his head!

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