Anyone else have a copilot

96pushrod

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This girl rides anywhere the mustangs go. Anyone else have a pup that goes with?

or a cat if you’re into that lol
 
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7991LXnSHO

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I inherited a cat that would stand on my lap with front paws on the wheel. He must have watched Toonces, the driving cat from SNL.
He was not back declawed, so it was not a daily driving event!
 
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1hot87gt

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Damn. Look at the size of his paws. He’s gonna be a big boy when he’s full grown. Beautiful dog. Good luck with him.
 

Rdub6

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If I were an officer, I’d sure as hell want a k9 with me.

Thank you. She’s one photogenic girl.

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I can’t barely take her anywhere without her getting loved on.

Last pic..... perfectly content, not a care in the world! I’d like a day to feel that way. Lol
 
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JKWilson61

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My oldest hates riding. I think it came from puppyhood. We bought her in Tn. and her first road trip was all the way back to SC. My other two like to ride but the youngest likes to bounce around. The middle "child" and affectionately referred to as "the princess" doesn't mind. Unfortunately for me she is usually riding shotgun after a romp through the woods, swamp, mud, etc,, and I have to go find her (she runs off and gets lost!). She hops right in with no prompting and straight to the passenger seat!

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Yes, right on my leather seats!!

Getting them all in a car together is like wrestling a room full of cats.

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eighty5fox

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She doesn’t care for riding on a seat, but loves riding in our van and in the back of the truck where she can stand. At 12 years old, she is starting to have a hard time with her hips and back legs though. Over the years she has been a very loyal friend and garage companion.

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Sucks when they get old. My oldest shephard is 10 and shes lost all feeling in her back legs. Its hard to do anything about her because she is still a puppy at heart. Good luck with her!
 

LILCBRA

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Had a white shepherd way back in the 90s. He only lived 10 years but was my ride or die. it about killed me when he passed. I've had a number of dogs since then but have lost them under different circumstances. Now that I'm single I've gotten myself another dog, but he's an All-American mongrel of some sort or another. Picked him up from the local pound about a year ago. He's pretty smart but has a good case of separation anxiety when I leave and he's not expecting it. And he's not had a chance to ride in the Mustangs yet, but then again the Cobra is pretty loud so I don't want to subject him to that. My friends and family send me links to white shepherds from time to time thinking I need to get another to keep Neo company....

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DudeStang

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Our latest temp co-pilot...this is Lady, a foster we're taking care of for a couple of weeks to help get her out of the kennel and recover from kennel cough before she goes to her forever home.

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This was her way of saying "no, I don't want to go for a walk right now"..
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Rdub6

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Our latest temp co-pilot...this is Lady, a foster we're taking care of for a couple of weeks to help get her out of the kennel and recover from kennel cough before she goes to her forever home.

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This was her way of saying "no, I don't want to go for a walk right now"..
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Thats awesome! I don’t know how I’d give them up though! I’d end up keeping them all.
 
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Sycophuk

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No pix sorry , I have a wookiee ( Siberian Husky ) . She loves to flash her blue eyes shot gunning in the 96 ' . Only been in the 98 ' once .
 
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DudeStang

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Thats awesome! I don’t know how I’d give them up though! I’d end up keeping them all.
This one in particular I think will be tough because she's so sweet and so easy going. In December we fostered two puppies, brothers that were six weeks old. They were very cute and a lot of fun but holy crap we were exhausted after a week.

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We like the idea of helping with foster dogs because it helps get them out of kennels/shelters. It's even more doable given that my wife and I are both teleworking full time at the moment. We'd like to eventually adopt another dog or two but for now, I think we'll stick with fostering as often as we can.
 
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