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We don't just take our dogs on walks; dogs also keep us company during long trips, carpools, and family vacations. But are you sure they are safe while travelling?
We all know how important it is to wear a seat belt. Before you even pull your car out of your garage, securing everyone is ready and buckled up — including your pups in the back seat.
If you plan to take your furbaby on a long road trip or a grocery stop, make sure they are safely seated. Dog seat belts are just as necessary as it is for humans. It prevents your dog and other passengers from getting hurt in case of an accident or sudden stop. It also keeps your dogs from hanging their heads out or jumping out of the window.
You might not want to ruin the fun by strapping your dogs down with a seat belt. Not to mention their ears flapping adorably in the breeze. However, there are some real dangers for unrestrained dogs on a drive.
If you've never heard of dog seat belts before, you probably have many questions. Hence, we'll go through, if not all, at least the frequent concerns of most fur-parents.