They would work well in a painting, brah
I wish. I took my dog in my blazer a couple times with the back seats down and she goes back there and acts like she's dying. I hate to put her through that stress because I doubt I can change her mind about it.
>I love my car more than my pets
people like this actually exist
No, a horse driving a convertible would attract all the bronies for hundreds of miles.
Gotten a soft cage now that I'll keep her in if I have to bring her along somewhere
>drive in your car
If by "drive in your car" you actually meant "ride along with you", fuck off and learn to speak you goddamned subhuman.
If by "drive in your car" you meant "operate the vehicle", then yeah--no shit, ya dip.
>How to clean
If this actually does work on my car, then you're based as fuck for linking this. I've been google searching and posting on forums and on here on and off for three years without anyone suggesting trying rubber gloves.
>pedantic about grammar
The autism is strong in this one.
I hate driving with the doges. The bigger one is great, she just chills in the back seat and enjoys the ride. The little one likes to sit on my lap and hang his head out the window. I'm afraid he is going to fall out when I make a right turn.
The groomer is like 4 blocks away tho, about the same with the vet.
I'm still teaching mine the difference between the gas and brake petals. I figure in another year I'll let him out on his own.
But only for beer runs..
Animals in cars outside of cages are fucking disgusting.
I dont care if its cat, or dog, or ferret. fuckers leave hair everywhere,
dogs are inherently messy. droll everywhere, etc.
cats shed a ton. even if they sit calmly, they fucking leave cat hair everywhere.
shit, even if you own a cat and get in a car, you'll transfer cat hair.
used to have a cat, and a dog. both passed away years ago. never got replacements. too much of a hassle.
Muh pup. She would be fine on my truck but the nova makes her scared even when she's inside the house.
She jumps in my jeep whenever I start it. Weather she gets to stay or not depends on where I'm going.
That's a good pup. My sweater pup.
As an anon working at a car wash (hand-wash/vacuum), if you expect a clean interior, clean out the hair on your own fucking time. If you're that asshole who lets their beasts run wild in your shitbox, and then magically expect me to clean all that hair within the brief time allotted to me, please kill yourself.
It's your fucking job, you get paid to clean a fucking car - you literally have absolutely nothing to bitch about outside of customers blatantly being assholes to your face (hint: you're not the only person that happens to). I bet you think you're entitled to like $20/hour too, don't you?
Hell yeah. I had a dalmatian years ago. Smart doge.
How it jumps in the car, that reminds me of my old neighbor's cat Joey. I would get out to my car at 5am and Joey would lay on the hood. If I left a door or the liftgate open, Joey would jump in. And whenever I pulled into the driveway coming home from somewhere, Joey would pop out of nowhere and be right by the car door. He came in my house a handful of times too, but my doges normally ran him off.
Too bad the neighbors moved and took Joey. That was the only cat I really liked. Mostly because he had the loyalty of a dog.
No nigga this job is deservedly minimum wage. I got 20+ cars lined up, and I need to get yours done before I start losing customers due to you bottleneck my workflow. This ain't an auto detail shop, so don't expect an 100% hair free zone and ask for a refund. I'll lick up every speck of dirt and whatever else ez. But hair is another matter. It is the bane of my existence. It is why we can't have nice things. Every night when I try to fall asleep but can't because I have stenosing tenosynovitis, I whisper "fuck you dog hair" as a single tears falls down my cheek.
I've just had too many ignorant customers drive up and act confused as to why I didn't drop everything, ignore all the other cars I have to deal with, and spend the hour it takes to burn that hair. If you want that kind of service, go to a detailer or someone who can afford that kind of time.
She gets to ride along every now and then. Mostly to the vet and the park. (Returning from the vet for her eye infection here)
>the 15th marks the first year since I had to put my dog down
>dog loved everyone and never barked, but she was afraid of storms and had separation anxiety
>I was too depressed and angsty to really cherish her when she was younger
>by the time I was feeling okay, she was sick
I fucking hate myself
if the customers are bottlenecked because it takes you too long to clean the cars, the fault lies on your employer for not employing enough workers! If for some reason you dont want to or cannot clean something such as hair, you need to tell the customer before they leave their car with you.
I used to work at a car wash, it sucked ass when people wouldn't get how annoying pet hair is to remove
and when they have something disgusting for you to clean, a fat couple asked me if i could 'vacuum what was in the back' so i look and its purple and chunky, looked like lots of flower petals in a pile and somehow on the back of the passenger seat
it was purple vomit that they let sit long enough that it solidified, the guy who was the one who sold packages told me to leave it there
You're lucky that shit was dry man. I was once gifted some chunky brown hurl on the passenger dash/floor of an ancient Merc. It was the consistency of glue and smelled like your unwashed anus. We all noped and sent it on its merry way.
The shit I've found, man. I once found a collection of about 15 knives under the seat of some Ram.
Nah wasn't crushing him he just worked his way up to my shoulder then behind my neck and just kind of slid down and then fell asleep there. Last road trip with him. Doesn't handle city driving too well so he stays in a carrier for that but soon as interstate starts I'll let him out
In my shitbox (15yr old wrx) I let them sit wherever they want even on my lap, because I'm the only person whoever drives in it.. I never take passengers on the touge. But in my wife's car i have a special rear seat cover that i strap on so they can sit on back seat. Her car is new and obviously our more practical car that we sometimes have passengers in etc so I keep it free of dog hair and smell so friends and family aren't subjected to it.
AWWW SHIT NIGGA.
Husky objectively best breed
If you love vacuuming
My friend has 14
>mfw riding in his XJ
They're not allowed to drive, but they still try sometimes.