My larger than average(20lbs)Pomeranian was with me the day I decided to buy my Bullitt. She sat there through the whole buying process and went home in it. She loves to ride, but prefers convertibles.
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Sometimes it's awful hard to refuse c o c k e r spaniel eyes.
Ahh yes, and those big floppy ears
All though duke is no longer with me, i will always remember those rides I used to give him.
These knuckleheads will NEVER get in my Bullitt. They're two of our three Chesapeake Bay Retrievers. That male is 95lbs, the female pup (7 mos.) 46lbs. Our third dog is a monster that'll get into the worst crap, run away with it, eat it, recycle it, and look for more. Our hands are full.
Chesapeake Bay Retrievers are one of the only breeds created solely in the USA. They were bred about 100 years ago to hunt ducks and geese in the icy waters of the Chesapeake Bay in winter. They'd retrieve 50 to 100 ducks a day and guard the kill on the hunter's boat while he went into town to sell his game.
We've hunted with the a dozen times or so. They work hard and love it.
If I did have the nerve to station one of these pups in the Bullitt, I know that noboby would mess with it!
My 2 collies Brady, Cassie and our sheltie Princess rides in the Jeep or my truck not the 1007 they hate the Jeep makes them sick the truck they love.
Fat Princess is the best, she jumps in and out not afraid or tries to visit with everyone in the cars next to us.....Just setts there well behavied and happy!!!!
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