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Discussion in 'Model S' started by JoeMartin, Jul 9, 2019.
JoeMartin, your dog is sharp! Looks like a Samoyed, yes?
it's Nibbler, and she's very happy to see a potential cousin. She is a rescue from South Carolina and is supposedly a Border Collie-Terrier mix. Best dog I've ever had for car travel. Never a problem riding shotgun but not thrilled with the back seat on the few occasions she has had to be there.
Everywhere..... thats why i have the MX.
Camping and now they are tired after long run on the beach.
Not quite, he's half husky half german shephard
Also, for those of us who don't have seat protectors, here's a great way to remove all of the hair that our furry friends leave for us. =)
I definitely keep mine underneath the MCU, super handy to have.
No way! I tie his leash to the bumper when I take him out. Poor little guy, he can keep up for the first mile or so and...well....poor little guy.
@JoeMartin - is that a white GSD? Very cool!
We have a 7 mos old GSD puppy that is 90 pounds so it's getting harder for him to fit in the S. On the X, we have to fold the rear seats and installed a dog guard. Don't have any pics of him in any of the Teslas, but here he is in our backyard when he was 5 mos old. His name is Thor.
Every road trip!
Harley (l), Speedy (r)
how dare some of you not bring your dogs in your car. they're people too!
he will always be with us.
Dogs, kids... is there really a difference?
A few months ago I brought home my little puppy in the empty center space. Her now 56 pound self still loves my Tesla and new dog mode!
It's why I bought an S instead of a 3!
Our dogs go lots of places with us in the Teslas. I just don't normally take pictures of it. I will say that for the first time in my life we have two small dogs, both under 25lbs. I do find them easier to take places than when we had two Golden Retrievers and a Beagle.
Clark - you dog killer
Ha, our kids are grown now, and my SO refers our dogs as the “dog babies.” We generally only take the black haired ones in the car (have black interior), and as it happens those two tend to stay put more. One is a lab border-collie mix and the other is a Bernese Mountain dog. The two we don’t take are very restless and pace and paw at the window controls. They are used to riding in the son’s car with windows down and their paws perched on the door frame. The Shepherd-Boxer mix knows how to open the windows, which can be a challenge. The Catahoula Leopard just whines unless she has her head all the way out the window.
It wouldn’t be doggie mode without Elvis. Dog is my copilot!