Take your dog out with one of our best cars for traveling with dogs

Give your furry four-legged friends a little extra attention for National Dog Day 2015

By Product Expert | Posted in Community, Ford Escape, Ford Explorer, Ford Flex on Wednesday, August 26th, 2015 at 10:38 pm
Best cars for driving with dogs

Best cars for traveling with dogs

Here at Brandon Ford, we take cars seriously. We’re super passionate about the automotive industry and enjoy learning the latest and greatest trends as well as providing all of you with a lineup of affordable, reliable vehicles that make it easy to get your family around safely. However, while our main passion is the automotive industry, that doesn’t mean we don’t have other interests!

Today, Aug. 26 is National Dog Day, and what better day than today to celebrate and pamper your furry four-legged friends. Whether you have one or many, or maybe even none at all, spending time with a pooch is a great way to spend the day.

Best Ford models for drivers with dogs

Having a dog is a big responsibility and when you need to transport him or her, the situation can get tricky if you aren’t prepared. Traveling with a pup presents its own sort of challenges, but bringing your dog along for the adventure is a fun way to bond.

We came up with a list of the best cars for drivers with dogs so you can keep that in mind the next time you are in the market for a new vehicle. The vehicles listed below are ones we think most help with transporting and traveling with your dog!

Ford Flex

While the Flex may be the most unique in shape, it is actually incredibly spacious, which makes it the perfect candidate for traveling with a dog. The interior of the Flex is quiet, comfortable and has a great suspension system so it provides a smooth ride no matter where you’re going.

Ford Escape

The Escape is the most practical, most typical vehicle you would expect to see on a list of vehicles that are great for traveling with pets, which is exactly why it made our list. So what if it’s on everyone else’s lists too? It is a great vehicle and it deserves its time in the spotlight. The Escape isn’t QUITE as large as some of the other full-size SUVs but it does have a hands-free liftgate which makes it easy to get your pet in and out when your hands are full, which, let’s be honest, is a very likely situation.

Ford Explorer

The Explorer is just a solid vehicle all around, which is why it made our list. On top of that, it is incredibly spacious for traveling with both your dog and other passengers, which is a great feature for families with dogs. Another aspect we love about the Explorer is its sound structure and safety features that will keep everyone safe and sound.

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