Four Paw Drive aims to be a resource for those dog owners looking for more detailed information about a variety of vehicles that might be suited to activities involving dogs.

4P Drive also focuses on safety when dogs are sharing the car and reviews various products designed to make pet travel safer and simpler for both humans and their animal companions.

Readers are encouraged to offer suggestions for post topics, vehicle reviews, and other content!

  1. Donna Dixon says:

    I stumbled upon this site by accident while researching for a new car. How fantastic, car reviews all about the rear space, and people who understand the needs of those attending dog trials. Although I take car to secure my dog crate I never even considered what would happen in case of an accident in which I become incapacitated. Tonight, I’m making up a dog info package as outlined under ICE and I’ll be talking it up at the next dog trial. Great job, thank you!
    Donna Dixon, Suburban Toronto, (currently driving a 2000 VW Golf, with terrific perfectly flat rear folding seats and now looking for a new car).

  2. cm/spot says:

    This isn’t a reply to the above but just a comment about one of the vehicles you reviewed (by the way I love this site). The VolvoXC90 – I have one- 2008, which does not have the third row seats so maybe it is different but I can just barely fit a 30″ crate behind the backseats. I have two crates – a 22w x 30Lx 26h and a 21 x 30 x 26 side by side and one had to be put in from the backseat because the hatch opening in narrow. They are squeezed in as tight as possible side to side and front to back. Works fine for me, but a 36″ crate would never fit.

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