Friday, 4 November 2011

Travelling dogs - restraints in the car

60% of motorists believe that dogs should be restrained in cars, according to GEM Motoring Assist (a breakdown and recovery specialist).  But the truth is, 80% of dog owners who do travel with their pets (according to AAA survey) don't restrain their dog in anyway in the vehicle.

When a simple small box of tissues, which many of us still keep on the back dash of our cars, can become the weighted equivalent of a brick when it comes hurtling forward in the event of an emergency break, imagine what kind of harm an unrestrained dog would do, to you, your family, and to the dog him/herself?

Below is a video example of just what kind of damage an unrestrained dog can do as it goes through the car's front windscreen.







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Other product of interest:
The Car Seat Protector



All videos courtesy of Youtube and all right belong to the uploader

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