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Lots of people used to let their dogs—and children—ride in the back of their pickup trucks in the United States, but very few people do that any more. I suppose if you're driving slowly on a country road there's not much danger, but if there's a collision and your dog is in the back untethered, he'll be thrown out onto the road. If he's tethered, he'll still go flying but his neck will probably be broken. I don't mean to sound so sharp, but honestly it isn't safe.
Lots of people transport their dogs in the tray of their trucks here in Australia Bluebonnet. Usually they are tethered on a very short leash.
Beautiful Rhodesian ridgeback. I hope he rides inside the cab when the truck is moving—it's not safe to carry a dog in the bed.