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    Lola hops right into the back seat to the floor. once in a hotel parking lot she jumped into the open trunk!! we have a large sedan

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    @Davidh I'm with you, I'm so afraid she'll get hurt, that won't let her jump up or down. I even worry about her jumping down from the couch...

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    @shobbsie Your Lucy is very cute! I too had a boxer before we got a bulldog. There will always be a hole in my heart until I see her in heaven. They just aren't with us long enough... Sniffle Sniffle

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    Ellie hops right into my truck and the wife's Hyundai Tuscon without a problem. Sometimes right into the seat and other times into the floor and then the seat. Either way, she's in as soon as the door is open wide enough for her. I do everything I can to keep her from jumping out of the vehicles, but she has jumped down to the floor and then out. As long as she's on her harness and I have a hold of her leash, I can "live" with her hoping down to the floor and then out, but I try to pick her up to get her out. Thankfully she's smaller and only about 40lbs.
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    It doesn't matter what we've had I've always picked them up to get in and out.

    I don't know if they could do it on their own or not as I never let them try!!

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    I have a Nissen Patrol and I lift Ftse on Nd out as I am too afraid he will hurt himself, hubby has a Ford Ranger he can get in this because it is so low to the ground but I still help him in and out of it

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