Dog Thread

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I decided to kick off a dog thread. As a fan of overlanding, who will be joining you on your prospective journey on new adventures in a Scout? Here is my guy, Teddy. He is a Boxer and unfortunately I had to put him down after 9 wonderful years. When live slows down I plan to get another side kick, Boxer of course!


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EXCELLENT thread. More dogs, please.

My main travel buddy Zeke has done multiple cross continental and offroad excursions, an incredible travel dog, and a born hunter. Like most dogs he just wants to be with his people and he's happy.

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Loves a good hike up over Malibu and over Boulder in the Rockies. He likes my old Range Rover, but I fully expect Scout to figure out specific ways to be great dog-friendly rides.
I meant to upload more pics of Piper, but had to enlist my kiddos help...


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Aspen loves riding and sometimes driving!


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This is June in her natural environment, she likes to rest her head on the leg that touches the loud pedal


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I was at a holiday market yesterday and met a very nice lady selling dog beds, blankets etc. All very nice stuff. But, what caught my attention was her sign. She said it belongs to her neighbor. We talked about Scouts and she said so many people have commented on the picture. She is also aware of the new Scout coming! That’s great that the general population and or those peripherally aware Scout are catching on. Great picture!


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Here's my dog Jim (now and as a puppy) Loves to ride shotgun and is often passed out after there after work.

What type of dog is Jim? We adopted Buster from a shelter and are pretty sure he is a Boykin Spaniel (rejected for having too much white), but never DNA tested him. He looks very similar to your Jim, so I'm curious. He tends to look a little different depending on grooming and pose, but here is a recent photo at a hotel where he looks very similar to your first photos. He is 3.

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