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Thread: Using Dog Trailers

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    Why do you not have fan on while going down the road?

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    Typically you have plenty of airflow without the fans when the trailer is moving. I don't think there is anything wrong with it, I just have not seen the need.

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    All, Thanks for the feedback all good information. I have the trailer, and a wireless thermometer (thanks to 'the Snows). I run only Goldens' and have 3, the two females are right around 50lbs and the male maybe 60 at best. I think the holes are big enough for them as long as I follow the proper protocol before putting them up for travel. Also my trainer advised me, on a hot day, to put a bag of ice in the interior of the trailer and leave the fan running....sounds like a good trick, of course you have to be sure the ice is sealed up, so you do not add humidity in the trailer.....again...thinks to all for you thoughts and experience..

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    I am also planning to get a trailer, so thanks for all your infos.

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