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How about some interior pics?
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August 9, 2017
7:35 pm
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Anyone want to post some pictures of your interior decorating? My wife is having fun finding stuff for ours. Of course, it’s all dog approved.

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December 18, 2017
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 Wet nice! Cute pup too

 here are a few as I get closer to finished on mine

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January 17, 2018
7:26 pm
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Wow great pictures! Thanks for sharing!

April 8, 2018
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Here is the inside of ours. I turned it into a little celestial hippie pad. Could not stand the tan walls so i painted them, made new curtains and slipcovered the dinette.[Image Can Not Be Found]

April 11, 2020
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Pictures are very cool. Your interior is looking good but isn’t a better idea to use a separate bed for your dog? I would also suggest you to take some safety stuff with you for dog and yes, don’t forget to carry a pair of waterproof dog wound boot from here https://ourfitpets.com/fitness/mobility/the-best-dog-wound-boot-or-cast-you-can-find-online/. Indeed, paw protect is very significant during camping.

Secondly, don’t forget to give plenty of water to your dog during the trip. Moreover, I see your images are not using any window cover. That’s why it is important to take any reflective window cover with you to avoid harmful sunshine and heat.

Have a lovely trip 🙂

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