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With the summer coming! "Please make sure that you don't leave any pet's in the car because of the heat it makes can turn your car in to an oven .
" Keep all Pet's Safe. For Information On Pet Safety In The Summer And Other Information Click On Link Below.
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Safety harness

A safety harness is suitable for medium or large dogs; one that attaches to the seatbelt is best. It should go a round the dog’s chest, back and shoulders and be attached to the car seatbelt, which then should be fastened.

Before buying a harness:

  • Make sure it is designed to be used in a car.
  • Check that it is suitable for your dog’s size and weight, and ensure it fits properly.
  • Ensure it has wide straps to distribute the forces safely across your dog’s body, particularly the chest and shoulders.
  • Try to make your dog cannot get entangled in the harness as this could be cause the dog to distract the driver with its discomfort, possibly causing an accident.

Pet carriers

A pet carrier is a good option for smaller dogs, cats and other pets. It must be the correct size and should be held firmly in place either by a seat belt or by wedging it firmly in the foot well.  Never put a carrier in the boot of a saloon car as your pet could suffocate, and avoid putting it unsecured in the boot of a hatchback or estate car, as the carrier will be thrown in a crash.
Some owners put self-scented material at the bottom of the carrier to help keep their pet calm.

Travel cage or crate

A travel cage is suitable for dogs and larger animals.  Leave plenty of space around the crate to allow for ventilation, and ensure it is secured by the seat belt. In a hatchback estate (not a saloon) car, a cage can be attached to anchorage points in the boot.

Dog guard

A dog guard will keep your pet away from the driver, but it will not protect the animal in a crash. For some vehicles, accessory kits are available to help build a dog cage.

Zip-up bag

In an emergency (for example, taking an injured animal to the vets), a zip-up shopping or sports bag can be used, as long as it is big enough to hold your pet comfortably and allows your pet to get enough air. Ensure that you strap it securely with the seatbelt.

Transportation in open vehicles

Transporting dogs in open vehicles is dangerous. The dog is exposed to the weather, to flying debris, and is at risk of jumping or falling from the vehicle. If there is no other alternative, put the dog in a cage   that will protect it from the elements, and prevent it jumping or being thrown from the vehicle. Fasten the cage securely to the vehicle.

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