Airstream Pan American should be considered for Dog Show People and their Dogs

Dog lovers everywhere can groom their beloved animals, while traveling to their favorite dog shows all in the comfort of a luxurious garage-equipped Airstream PanAmerica.

Originally designed for the adventurer that wants to explore every mountain road and open highway, the 34-foot Airstream PanAmerica can haul up to 2,500 pounds of grooming tables, tools, cages and food accessories in its rear garage. The 11-foot space is complete with a durable aluminum interior skin and textured floor, as well as storage cabinets, crates, tabletop work areas, tie-downs, electrical outlets for power, water bins and water access, hooks for leashes and speakers tied to the PanAmerica’s crystal-clear sound system.

In the front of the trailer, the fully equipped living space offers contemporary European luxury yacht-inspired design with flush cabinetry, flowing lines and indirect lighting. Stainless steel appliances and trim, leather appointments and a flush-mount flat screen television make this a great place to rest while traveling to the nation’s best pet shows.

“The beauty of the PanAmerica is how flexible the rear space really is,” said Airstream CEO, Bob Wheeler. “Some of our customers have even transformed the trailer’s garage into a full-time mobile grooming business.”

The PanAmerica Garage used for Grooming

The PanAmerica Garage used for Grooming

3 Responses to “Airstream Pan American should be considered for Dog Show People and their Dogs”

  1. carole dell says:

    Oh, too bad. I thought that was a new airline where we could fly with our dogs. I don’t believe in sending my dog with any attendant whatsoever, which is the latest in dog friendly airlines: dog with attendant. Should be “dog with owner” so if anyone has any great ideas on how to facilitate this, I would be first to buy a ticket.

  2. says:

    I thought the same as you Carole….a good airline, not an expensive motor coach.

  3. beth says:

    o my i thought the same .. maybe any airline!

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