If you want go with dog you can uses new car series from honda japan automaker, it’s 2010 Honda Element Dog Friendly for dog lover. 2010 Honda Element Dog Friendly be unveiling the concept at the 2009 on New York Auto Show, the Dog Friendly Honda Element accessory package has made the transition to production. The theory is that if you’re a dog lover, you might consider buying an Element geared specifically toward those needs.
The Big H has plenty of experience in this department. As we showed you earlier today, in Japan there’s a dedicated Honda Dog website (it’s incredible, really) loaded with info about transporting pups in basically every JDM Honda offering. Naturally, there are “Travel Dog” accessories that drivers can purchase for each car as well. In fact, in Japan, there’s also a dedicated model, the Vamos Travel Dog, which is specifically outfitted with dog owners in mind – much like the Stateside-market Elements kitted out with the new Dog Friendly gear.
Ultimately, the Dog Friendly Honda Element is a nifty all-around package. Sure, it’s a little gimmicky; you can shop around for third-party pet automotive accessories and likely get the stuff you want/need for less than the $995 Honda charges. You won’t get that perfect OEM fit-and-finish though, and that’s part of the Dog Friendly package’s inherent appeal. I liked it. Pepper and Millie liked it (well, except for the ramp). And as a bonus, it’s hardly a penalty box to drive. In fact, this veteran may just be the best box on wheels out there.
source: autoblog and autoweek