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Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by new westie owner, Mar 31, 2011.


  1. new westie owner

    new westie owner PetForums VIP

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    On shopping trip this morning car in front had poodle with head out drivers side window (in morning rush hour ) i told oh to drive up beside it i said to driver thats dangerous and also illegal his answer was she likes to ride in drivers seat :confused::mad:
     
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    I see tonnes of people doing this :rolleyes: What happens when they have to break sharply? It doesn't bear thinking about. Good on you for saying something, even if it did fall on deaf ears.
     
  3. ballybee

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    Lol if Tummel did that we'd get squished!!! When we first got Tummel his place was in the footwell, when he got bigger he migrated to the boot and stayed there ever since....he loves having his own space! When we get our next puppy we'll do the same thing...although how we're fitting a ridgeback and a ridgeback cross in the boot of a clio i've still to work out ;) probably have one in the back seat.
     
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    Maybe someone stole Cheeko because he loves doing it! Well until we got crates in the car he did :p
     
  5. new westie owner

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    I just thought rush hour traffic if he has to brake hard cant stop thinking about it :mad:
     
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