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We are new to driving slingshots. My wife and I have 2 medium size dogs that travel with us as we camp our way on many trips. We are trying to figure out how to take them with us in the slingshot as this is our transportation when we are traveling. Has anyone figured out a way to do this comfortably and safely While both seats are occupied? Any suggestions are appreciated. Thank you.
 

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We are new to driving slingshots. My wife and I have 2 medium size dogs that travel with us as we camp our way on many trips. We are trying to figure out how to take them with us in the slingshot as this is our transportation when we are traveling. Has anyone figured out a way to do this comfortably and safely While both seats are occupied? Any suggestions are appreciated. Thank you.
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We are new to driving slingshots. My wife and I have 2 medium size dogs that travel with us as we camp our way on many trips. We are trying to figure out how to take them with us in the slingshot as this is our transportation when we are traveling. Has anyone figured out a way to do this comfortably and safely While both seats are occupied? Any suggestions are appreciated. Thank you.
1.Get a WyckedHitch Hitch
2.there a small trailers specifically designed for dogs.
 

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1 weighs 32 and the other 38. Both poodle mixes and solid.
please post puppy pics !

we have taken 4 different size/ Breed dogs in our slingshot (Separately).
1. Central Asian shepherd.
2. 2 pitbulls
3. Mini schnauzer.
4. French bulldog.

the only pup that had an issue was the frenchie. The heat, noise, wind was too much for him. The other 3 loved cruising around & all the attention. Almost more than me!
the bigger pups say in the seat (with seatbelt)
While the little guys sat on floor and rested their head on the speaker or seat. Depending on how fast we were going.
 

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That’s great! Sounds like our dogs when we rode them in my sidecar. The bigger one rode on the seat the smaller one rode on the floor and jum up at every stop. You’re right they do grab attention. In Yellowstone they were almost as popular as the geysers. Every wanted a pic with the “sidecar dogs!”
 
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