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Discussion in 'Model X' started by napabill, Feb 8, 2016.
Any photos out there of dogs making a home on the 2nd row floor/center in 6 seater?
Hi, what's your experience with a dog in the 6 seater?
Just changed my order from a 7 seater to 6 after reading some of the comments in another thread. Wondering how you secure your dog in the 6 seater config. Ou Labrador/staffords will need to learn not to sit on the 2nd seat rows anymore. A bit worried about the dog 'walking around' in the car while driving.
After one of my English bulldogs chewed through a seatbelt on my Wrangler I vowed not to let them roam in my X lol. Got 2 soft dog crates and they fit perfectly side-by-side in the back of my 6 seater.
Took our 2 boxers (80# and 60#) to the gallery when we ordered. They fit fine for short trips. For long trips the 2nd row goes forward to the 3rd row access position, luggage behind the seats to fill the gap and level it, then mat and blankets over the luggage to give them lots of head room. There is a photo on another thread of using a pet smart style barrier that we may try also. 6 seat config, just took delivery. Also ordered Evannex pet liner to protect the interior as boxers tend to drool
I give my dog some good bourbon to sip on.
We have a 6 seater and our Great Dane hops in the back and lies down between the second row seats with her head on the center consol.
We have a 6 seater and it works perfectly and with our dogs. We have 4 big dogs and they love the X! The middle pass through is great.
We chose the multi-pattern cloth seats for our X. We have the ToughPro winter floor mats so when the dogs ride with us we put the third row down and ordered two of these for the second row seats.
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They are awesome. Easy to slide over the seat and they stay put. They can also be thrown in the washing machine. We did leave them hanging up for a couple of days because they are neoprene. That was all they needed to air out and get rid of any odor.