This car company might just be man’s best friend’s best friend

Land Rover have released a range of pet packs to ensure that your next car journey with your four-legged friend, is a luxurious one.

By Jack Phillips 11/03/2019

Dogs and cars don’t always mix. They won’t sit still, they hate the seatbelt, insist on sticking their heads out of the window at 100 kays per hour, leave fur all over the seats and are forever playing chicken with the wheels.

But Land Rover is seeking to change all that by providing your pooch with a pampering pack that includes a water bowl, access ramp, foldable pet carrier, quilt and portable rinse system.

Just when you thought dogs couldn’t get an easier time, Britain’s favourite 4×4 just made it even simpler. The Pet Packs are available for every model in the Land Rover family and start at just over $500 in Australia. They effectively fit into three buckets:

Pet Load Space Protection Pack

Includes quilted load space liner, full-height luggage partition and spill-resistant water bowl

Pet Transportation Pack

Includes foldable pet carrier, spill-resistant water bowl and load space rubber mat

Pet Care and Access Pack

Includes full-height luggage partition, quilted load space liner, pet access ramp and portable rinse system

Land Rover Pet Packs are available across the model range priced from $500.

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