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Dog Truck Photos

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If you would like to share photos of your truck/dog box, email them here

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The Flying Fur Mobile  owned by Capt. Larry Roxby of WA state
The Flying Fur Mobile  owned by Capt. Larry Roxby of WA state
The Flying Fur Mobile  owned by Capt. Larry Roxby of WA state
The Flying Fur Mobile owned by Capt. Larry Roxby of WA state.

We think this is the most comfortable dog truck on the West Coast!

Heated, air-conditioned, Bose stereo and the dogs love the fact that we sleep with them.

19 dogs and two humans, happy together!

Roy Smith Trailer
Roy Smith Trailer
Roy Smith Trailer
Roy Smith's New Trailer
Adirondack Kennel Racing, Lacona, NY

Pulled with a 2002 Dodge 1 Ton Dually 5.9 Cummins High Output 6 speed Diesel.

" I love this thing, 24' long with TONS of storage for all my gear, sleds, ATV's, food, water, an old van seat in the front to get changed or sit down, etc.

Dogs are tied out low to ground. With my bad back I chose a trailer since all dogs loose drop and listen well and they are inside low to the ground, no lifting dogs over my head to load.

Current set-up 42 dogs comfortably but could easily haul 60+ dogs no problem if needed. Boxes are 4ft. X 2ft. X 2ft.

Carey Truck Tim, Laurel and Joey Carey, Stratford, Wisconsin

2002 Dodge 2500 4x4, Cummins Turbo Diesel, 6 speed with 8 dog box. Capacity 16 dogs and 5 people.

Frank & Regina Caldwell Truck
Frank & Regina Caldwell Truck
Frank & Regina Caldwell, Mannsville, NY
Abenaki Malamutes

'05 Dodge 2500 SLT, Quad Cab, Hemi w/aluminum flatbed which is 9 feet long by 88" wide.

Boxes built by Jim Wellert, Ohio, out of RFP, aluminum, stainless steel and of course, plywood. First 6 boxes towards front of truck, on each side, are 21"x21"x43"L for our bigger Mals or doubling of Frank's Alaskans. Last 4 boxes towards the back of the truck, each side, are 21"x21"x36"L for smaller Mals or Alaskans, leaving a 14" space between for storage of buckets, etc. An additional storage box was built off the back for lines and harnesses, etc. Under body toolbox(s) to be added soon.

2 sled racks on top as well as 3 LED lights for night time drops and safety bars across all doors. Ladder added to reach roof.

Jason Hussong Dog Truck Jason Hussong, Rockford, Illinois
Free Spirit Siberian Rescue Sled Demo Team

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