Truckers and their dogs, need we say more? Life on the road can be lonely sometimes. Isn’t it about time you had a co-pilot? Wouldn’t it be better if that co-pilot was your best friend? We think so. Let’s take a look at a few types of dogs that are best suited for life on the road.
Bulldogs, Pugs, and Pudgy Breeds
Moreover, they minimize their short coats and will not leave your truck look like a shag rug. Beware of your geography when deciding on this race. Bulldogs and bulldogs are perfect for truckers delivering in mild or colder temperatures but in the hot desert areas, do not do well.
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Pit Bulls and Boxers
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This Ohio man saves hundreds of dogs from shelters across the country, making his truck pretty darn awesome.
One of the reasons that Rescue Road Trips targets states in the deep South in particular is that spaying and neutering rates are very low there. The shelters are overwhelmed by dogs, and sometimes dogs are killed within only a few days of arriving in order to make room for the new dogs, who are in turn killed to make room for the next batch. 2 says simply, “Read rule 1 again.”
While on the road, Mahle sleeps on a mattress in the back of the truck with the dogs. While he does charge a fee for families who take the dogs home, the majority of Rescue Road Trip’s budget still comes from donations.
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Truckers And Their Dogs On Pinterest
We’ve compiled a board on Pinterest of truckers and their dogs living the road life. Take a minute to follow our board and see if you find a pooch that you might want to take on the road. You’ll be glad you did.
Follow And Share Photos of Your Canine Companion.
We’re always looking for the funniest or cutest photos of our clients and their pets. It could be someone you know or even someone completely random you saw on the road.