Building custom kitchens in Toronto all day isn’t just a challenge, it’s a full speed gauntlet that will shake the strong and consume the weak. Ok, I’m being dramatic but days off are far and few between so hopping in my Tacoma with my Shiba Inu and heading out of the city once in a while is just what the doctor ordered.
This was my first day off with my pup, Nahla. She’s the closest breed of dog to a wolf, so I figured she would appreciate a good run around in the wild. We hopped into my Tacoma and headed out to find some wild.
There are several things I’ve learned about Nahla that make me glad I drive a Toyota Tacoma.
Qi Wireless Charging Station
The first is that she loves to bite everything, especially wires, so a key feature of the truck is the Qi wireless phone charging station. I can just put my phone in the charging bay and it’s good to go. This keeps my console uncluttered which I love, and leaves Nahla with nothing to chew.
Automatic Rear Window
It’s wonderful that I can automatically open the rear window for her to look out of as we drive. She’s such a curious little thing that when I open the side window she climbs up on it, and I genuinely worry that she’s going to fall out. As a first time dog owner I’ve never seen a dog seatbelt but I’m sure it exists so I’m actively on the hunt for one.
AC Power Plug
Another fantastic feature for dog owners is the bed with the AC power plug. As Nahla gets her nerve up and starts jumping in the water, it’ll come in handy as somewhere to clean her up. I’ve put a blow dryer and towels in the under seat storage compartment, so when she gets wet I can make sure she is good and dry before getting into the truck.
Yes, life can be tough, but when you sprinkle little adventures into it here and there it makes all the hardship worth it.
Always make time to find some wild!
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