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Everyone needs a car to get around and if we weren’t particular we’d buy the cheapest car with the efficient mileage and reliable wheels. Well it’s not quite that simple because the car we ultimately pick has to fit both our personality and our lifestyle.
So if you’re car shopping and now narrowed it down to a handful of options and you’re wondering if the Toyota 4Runner is a great car for dogs? The answer is; Yes. It’s the perfect match for an active family that has high energy dogs who seek daily adventures both in the city and surrounding areas.
Let’s take a dear friend of mine who has a lap dog. She and her lap dog like to go to the mall for their social activities or spend it with family and friends. They don’t “hang out” in their car or do anything involving off-roading or driving on unpaved roads. She has a four door that always somehow manages to stay clean. She doesn’t need a 4Runner. Her life is quite peaceful and cozy and so is her dog.
High Energy Dogs Living an Active Life
I on the other hand have two 17 pound dogs who act like they are 125 pounds of muscle.
They like to jump and bound off things, my car included. Actually since we’re talking about my car I’ll introduce you to her.
This is Ella. She’s a 2008 Toyota 4Runner and she has two names. Ella the Adventure Mobile when she’s clean and Ella the Sandbucket when she’s full of sand. Which is about 70% of the time.