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yellowlabfan
 November 20 2017 07:30PM  
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Both of my 80 pound labs ride in the back seat area of my truck. I have a F150 King Ranch that has heated rear seats that my labs can lay on to warm up if we have been out hunting in cold weather. normally I just keep the back seat folded up and I put thick moving type of blankets on the floor for my labs to sleep on. I trained them at a young age that they are not allowed on the front seats. I travel to a lot of AKC Hunt Tests and Field Trials during the Spring and Summer so I feel much safer by having my labs in the cab with me rather than having their kennels strapped down in the back of my truck. I'll put them in the crates in the bed of the truck if they are soaking wet ( normally I always have plenty of towels to wipe them down ) from running in a water series at a trial or Hunt Test otherwise they are in my truck cab with me.


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