Friday, March 27, 2009

Safe Car Travel with Your Dog

For the safety of both you and your dog, your dog should be restrained or confined at all times while riding in a car. An unrestrained dog can be a serious threat to everyone in the car. Dogs can easily distract the driver and impair driving ability. Also, quick stops, turns, and accidents can seriously injure your dog if he is not properly restrained.

Purchase a crate or restraining device made for vehicles. You and your dog deserve to be protected.
(Thanks to Jackie and her dog, Murphy for the picture!)

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