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    (Jon) Starting Member Nomatic Rider's Avatar
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    Our dog Ollie rides with me on the front seat. I secure him with a short leash attached to the steering column. I installed a Plano 56 quart box under the passenger seat and it protrudes enough to put a pad on it for extra support for him.
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    Either in the bed or I flip the front seat up and let him ride shotgun. Rides on the seat in the summertime.

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    Usually the little one stand on the middle seat and he places his fronts inside where the radio suppose to be.
    The big one usually sits on the passenger seat or under his mom's feet, when she joins us.

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    (terry) Regular Member snake29's Avatar
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    Ol Buck rides with a short leash to the seat belt. He wears a harness if we go on the roads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gemery View Post
    Opal (20 pound mutt) used to ride in the middle, front paws on my right leg, tucked under my right arm, she even had doggles (goggles for dogs) to wear. They sell those at PetsMart. She loved to ride, but she passed away two years ago. We had a strap hooked to the roll cage, just above the seat, and kept her collar or harness hooked to it. Mini, our current 15 pound mutt, doesn't like to ride so much.
    Watch this, Opal appears twice in it. I miss her very much.
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    Ruff Tough Kennel secured in the bed on a platform, with an enclosure with dog box air vents. Still a work in progress. Once it warms up again. If it ever does.

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    I don’t have harness’s for them. I feel they have a better chance jumping out if the Ranger goes over. I take them everywhere and they handle bumps and inclines very well. They are way to big for the front seat.
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    Front seat, center, unless he's driving.Name:  20150207_085454.jpg
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    Bob Dawg, a 17 lb. dog sits in one of those oblong plastic milk crates that I have bungy corded down to the passenger seat. I have carpet lining the bottom and a foam swim noddle cut to fit along the front edge with a piece on non skid tape attached to it. if he sits down he can see out but he usually rides standing up with his front feet on the swim noodle. 1500 miles and 0 problems except he doesn't want to ride in the truck anymore.
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