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2012 Jaguar XF: Dog Report

January 22, 2013

2012 Jaguar XF

Yesterday I had to take my dog Mya to the vet again. I figured I'd take her there in style at least. The backseat of our 2012 Jaguar XF has those protruding seatbelt fasteners that I like since they make it easier to buckle in a squirming dog quickly.

The morning was so cold that poor Mya was shivering while she was waiting to get in the car so I made sure to aim the rear-seat vents her way as I blasted on the heater. Not sure if she liked the warm air, though, as she kept fidgeting. The backseat also has a couple of storage options for doggy paraphernalia like the seatback pockets and a door cubby.

Not sure if she enjoyed the Jag's luxuriousness but I like to think that it tricked her into thinking she was actually going somewhere cooler than the vet's office.

Caroline Pardilla, Deputy Managing Editor

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