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||Craig Houghton, Ft. St. James, British Columbia
my dog truck. I have used them for three years. They don't leak and are easy to clean.
||Brenda Burge, Alaska
Brenda's previous dog truck, 1989
Chevrolet, complete with inverter and microwave. We'll feature her new truck shortly.
||Mike & Rhonda Walker - Elmira, Michigan
Truck built by Tyler Coach, Oakland, Maine.
Our dogs travel in comfort and they seem happy with it too.
Makes race and training time much easier.
||Lucy Bettis and Robbie Ryse,
Wildfire Sled Dogs, Truckee, CA
The truck is a 1994 Chevy 1 ton
dually, crew cab with Aluminum wheels. The truck was converted to a 9 foot flatbed. The
box was made to fit the bed and is removable using 2 or 4 camper jacks.
The box is wood with a metal skin and has 16 dog boxes with powder coated
metal doors. Two boxes are separated by a folding wall that folds out of the way to create
a double wide box to haul a bitch with a litter of puppies or an injured dog. The box has
work lights on the sides and rear and interior lights in the center storage aisle. The
rear of the box has room for gear and a center aisle runs the length of the box for
interior storage. (It holds more junk than anyone really ever needs.)
||Brenda Nicoli and Frank Tretteviks new dog box.
by Bob Stevens of North Pole, Alaska.
Bob is a master dog box builder who designs and constructs some of the best looking,
most functional dog haulers on the road.
||Built by Becky & Joe Loveless
for friends Leonard & Di Anna Minor
||Dori & Daryl Hollingsworth Dog Truck
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