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Pet Travel Safety Archive

Three Layers of Pet Safety

Pets get lost ... it happens everyday. And when it does, the nightmare can last for hours, days, or weeks. A friend's foster dog has been missing for several days and we're taking steps now to be prepared if we ever find ourselves in the same situation.

New Product Solves Dog In Car Dilemma

If you're a dog owner, I'm sure this scenario has crossed your mind ... you're on your way home from the dog park and remember you need to stop at the store for milk. You park your car in the shade, roll down the windows a bit to let in the breeze, and tell your dog you'll be right back. As you're hurrying through the frozen food section you step in a puddle of melted ice cream - your feet go out from under you and your head hits so hard you're knocked unconscious. While you're disoriented and waiting for the paramedics, the sun shifts and your car begins heating up ...

GoPetFriendly Readers More Likely to Secure Pets

Statistics say that less than 15% of pet travelers properly restrain their pets. So, we asked you, "When traveling by car, how do you restrain your pet?" and hoped for better results. We're happy to announce that our readers are WAY above average when it comes to keeping their pets safe.