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  1. Cargo liner for dogs

    2017 - Present Official Specs, Features, Etc. (Gen
    I have a 2017 LX and a dog that sheds like crazy, Looking to get a liner that completely covers the back cargo area. Does anybody have any recommendations. Thanks
  2. Ramps for easy access for elder dogs

    Cats, Dogs and other Pets
    The leap from a 1996 Honda Civic to a 2011 CR-V has been a big one for both me and my dog -- literally, for her. She is a 12 year old 60-65 pound Lab, still very mobile but with some arthritis in her back and struggle to jump into the back seat. I have a torn rotator cuff so lifting her is not...
  3. BIG dogs in a CR-V

    Cats, Dogs and other Pets
    Unfortunately my 2005 Subaru Outback has proven to be too unreliable and we've decided to cut our losses and get rid of it now before we plunk more money into what I guess is either a lemon or a really cranky car. The CR-V is at the top of the list at this point. My need for a small...
  4. Protect Back Bumper From Dogs

    Accessories
    We have two dogs and are looking for something to put on the rear bumper to protect the paint from the mutts. Any suggestions?
  5. New CR-V and Dogs

    Interior
    We got our 1st CRV, a 2002 EX. We love it. I never thought I'd say it, but it is an improvement over our Forester. Has anyone out there purchased and installed a cargo liner that covers the floor and the backs of the rear seats? We have a couple of big dogs who love to get wet. We would love...
  6. Element Goes to the Dogs

    Off Topic Section
    Much-anticipated “Dog Friendly” equipment adds to diverse Element lineup TORRANCE, Calif., Oct. 9, 2009 – The Honda Element lineup expands for the 2010 model year with an all-new “Dog Friendly™” pet accommodation system designed to improve safety, comfort and convenience for dogs and their...
  7. My dogs love my CR-V

    Cats, Dogs and other Pets
    Hi all, I'm new to the forum but I belong to another forum. My two dogs love my CR-V because they can be harnessed in the back seat and still see out the side windows. I don't trust putting them in the cargo area because they would still be thrown around if I was hit. :eek:
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