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Dog in trunk

Discussion in 'Model S' started by brandeeno, Sep 9, 2015.

  1. brandeeno

    brandeeno Member

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    Can a large dog, 100lbs, fit in the trunk of the S?
     
  2. mentalspaz

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    Let me go snap a picture.... hold please
     
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    If it can fit two 77lb children then I would think so!
     
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    Big dogs are the best...
     
  5. brandeeno

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    Thanks for the fresh pic! Funny thing is I have a German Shepherd too

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    oh, what about when the 2nd row is up?
     
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    I hope you took her/him for a ride after all that. :rolleyes:
     
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    I wouldn't do it w/ the 2nd row being up, he'd have a hard time turning around and he couldn't drool all over the windows... ;)

    You could likely have one side of the rear seats folded down, and the other up (ie. you and two other passengers).

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    Backed out of the driveway and went down the road a bit... he wasn't impressed.
     
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    I put my 70 lb boxer in the back with the 2nd row up all the time and she loves it, though as Mentalspaz says, she cant do a ton of turning around, so she usually just sleeps. Be sure to pre-cool the car if you're in a hot area as the airflow to the far back isn't the best. Better to get it down to 70 and then even on an hour trip it stays comfortable.
     

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