4 Travel Safety Tips You Should Be Following
Posted by Andie Missert on 8th January 2018
Whether you're driving to a nearby dog park, or embarking on a week-long road trip with your dog, it's necessary to properly restrain and buckle up your dog in the car. Follow these four tips below to ensure that your dog is safe at all times on your next journey.
For additional information on how to use a crash tested harness in the car, check out this blog post on 3 Steps to Buckle Up Your Pup in the Car. Safe travels!
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