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    Pet Goods Direct is your best bet Demi, they have them in sizes that should fit Mollie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Inca is attached in the back of the outlander via a lead. A very short lead.

    Although, as she grows, I have no ruddy idea how she's gonna get into the car in the first place?
    DA....me thinkies you need a bigger car for Inca.. a Humma????

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    Aw no. Give me a double driveway and I'd still hit the letterbox on a bike! Not a Humma!!!

    Roof racks? Horse float?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    DA....me thinkies you need a bigger car for Inca.. a Humma????
    Mini Mog!

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    What's a mini mog? Aw, why is always me who has no idea?

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    A military vehicle that can tow 20 tonne, seats 7 (dual cab version), can literally drive over trees and is about 6 metres long.

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    You would NOT want to see ME drive one of those, believe me!

    My husband had to use my car the other week for a long trip, and I was left with his poxy ute. Had to go to the shop, just had to, to no choice but to use his. "Realigned' both side mirrors trying to park it back into the garage. Hopeless.

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    I only harness the dogs if they are sharing with the kids and then not if its only Lop .
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    Site still in construction so will post link when it's finished.

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    As mentioned, in NSW there are fines now.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PEPSI View Post
    when i was a volunteer for the ses i went to an accident where a kelpie/cattle type dog was unrestrained in the back seat, the dog flew forward breaking it's neck and seriously injuring the child in the passengers seat, the dog was still alive when i got there, screaming in pain and unable to move, it was pts on the scene but it took what seemed like forever for the vet to arrive....ever since then my dogs have been restrained in the car!!
    Gosh,
    you tend not to consider the worst outcome, i would be heartbroken if this happened because of me.
    i have been inspired, i will look into a medium sized for Sam ..he would look so cute (and safe!) in a harness , i was so excited when he got his halti head collar and first coat ..
    anyway thanks again
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