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Old 02-07-2012, 10:58 PM   #1
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Post Your Pics of Wheeling with Pets

Here are a few to start.
Both taken near Crested Butte, CO:



And in Moab on Fins & Things:


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These sort of count. They were taken at the Great Sand Dunes NP in Colorado after wheeling over Medano Pass 4WD trail from near Westcliffe, and into the Park's backcountry.




Loaded up and ready to head back over the trail and towards home


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So cal husky

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These sort of count. They were taken at the Great Sand Dunes NP in Colorado after wheeling over Medano Pass 4WD trail from near Westcliffe, and into the Park's backcountry.

Loaded up and ready to head back over the trail and towards home

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So awesome and beautiful. Do the St.Bernards tease the other one for being different?

I thought I was a dog hoarder with 4 dogs. I would have 20 if I could.
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here is 16yr old wally, My G/F's dog.. but I have adopted him and he LOOOOOVES the jeep.
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So cal husky
Aww haha too cute!
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These sort of count. They were taken at the Great Sand Dunes NP in Colorado after wheeling over Medano Pass 4WD trail from near Westcliffe, and into the Park's backcountry.

Loaded up and ready to head back over the trail and towards home

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Whoa, that truck is loaded down haha
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Old 02-08-2012, 12:07 PM   #9
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These pics are so cool! I can't wait till I finally own a Jeep and can take my dog places, she'll love it!
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Is that a wolf hound?
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makes me miss my dog
sadly could never really take him wheeling because he was horrible in cars and couldn't trust him with the top off. Pure bred Aussie Shepard
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Is that a wolf hound?
Yes,

There are actually 2 IWHs in that picture. A grey brindle, and a wheaten. Here's a slightly older picture that shows them both.

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There are actually 2 IWHs in that picture. A grey brindle, and a wheaten. Here's a slightly older picture that shows them both.

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Aww, cool! Are they good dogs? I've never seen one in person lol
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Aww, cool! Are they good dogs? I've never seen one in person lol
Great dogs! We've had a whole lot of giant breed dogs over the years, and I'd say our IWHs were probably the most mellow of the lot. Although like any other dog, they love the outdoors and romping around.

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Great dogs! We've had a whole lot of giant breed dogs over the years, and I'd say our IWHs were probably the most mellow of the lot. Although like any other dog, they love the outdoors and romping around.
So cool! They are very cool looking too
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Just down from top of Hermit Pass in the Colorado Sangre di Cristo mtns. Hermit pass is 13047'.


And on top of Hermit pass.
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Just down from top of Hermit Pass in the Colorado Sangre di Cristo mtns. Hermit pass is 13047'.

And on top of Hermit pass.
Such a beautiful place! And your wolf hound is huge!! Never seen one next to a person before haha
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Hi WranglerGIRLL,

I'm prejudiced, but I think most of Colorado is beautiful. IWHs and Great Danes are the two tallest breeds in the world. One or the other is always the world's tallest dog in the Guiness Book of Records. This one is (was) only average height - 35" at his shoulders. The really big ones are over 42" at the shoulders.
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Hi WranglerGIRLL,

I'm prejudiced, but I think most of Colorado is beautiful. IWHs and Great Danes are the two tallest breeds in the world. One or the other is always the world's tallest dog in the Guiness Book of Records. This one is (was) only average height - 35" at his shoulders. The really big ones are over 42" at the shoulders.
Hello, and ya I knew they were pretty big but I just don't know too many people who own them. And wow! Thats crazy
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Moab - Lockhart Basin Trail

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Once I have my jeep, I know my dog Lucy would love to ride around with me! She loves going "bye bye" haha
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Man, I LOVE St. Bernards. Our next dog will be a Saint rescue.
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