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Dogs in cars
When driving, there are a few different options for safely transporting pets. Use a dog carrier that is large enough for them to stand and turn around in. Letting your dog roam free in the car without restraint is never a good idea, however some dogs might tolerate a canine seatbelt, which is a harness that attaches to the car's seatbelt. Another option would be to use a dog car divider or barrier, for safe transportation of larger dogs in the back of a hatchback or SUV.
If traveling by truck, always secure a pet carrier with a harness specifically designed for a truck bed. Simply tying your dog's leash to the truck is not recommended; the dog may end up jumping or falling out of the truck and while still attached by the collar could result with fatal consequences.

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Dogs in cars
When driving, there are a few different options for safely transporting pets. Use a dog carrier that is large enough for them to stand and turn around in. Letting your dog roam free in the car without restraint is never a good idea, however some dogs might tolerate a canine seatbelt, which is a harness that attaches to the car's seatbelt. Another option would be to use a dog car divider or barrier, for safe transportation of larger dogs in the back of a hatchback or SUV.
If traveling by truck, always secure a pet carrier with a harness specifically designed for a truck bed. Simply tying your dog's leash to the truck is not recommended; the dog may end up jumping or falling out of the truck and while still attached by the collar could result with fatal consequences.

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Apr 18, 2017 - A truck carrying 45,000 pounds of dog food overturned on I-26 just north .. Accepting the dog: After you check in and your paperwork is processed, it’s time to get your dog! Before taking your dog(s) out of the car, remove their collar/harness/leash and secure your dog with the leash we provide. Carriers are accepted. Please make sure each dog is in their own separate carrier and each one is completely secure and labeled with your name and the name of your dog. The door should be completely closed and all side closures on hard-sided carriers (preferred) should be present. Soft-sided carriers should have all zippers completely closed. We do have zip ties available for your use if you need them to better secure your carrier. No dog will be taken onto the truck that is not on a leash or in a secure carrier. Should one of our technicians request that your dog carrier or leash be better secured prior to accepting your dog, please know that it is only for your dog’s safety and well-being. We ask that you wait with your pet until the technician takes them onto the truck. Any dogs left unattended run a greater risk of escaping their leash or carrier and getting lost or worse.

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Dogs in cars
When driving, there are a few different options for safely transporting pets. Use a dog carrier that is large enough for them to stand and turn around in. Letting your dog roam free in the car without restraint is never a good idea, however some dogs might tolerate a canine seatbelt, which is a harness that attaches to the car's seatbelt. Another option would be to use a dog car divider or barrier, for safe transportation of larger dogs in the back of a hatchback or SUV.
If traveling by truck, always secure a pet carrier with a harness specifically designed for a truck bed. Simply tying your dog's leash to the truck is not recommended; the dog may end up jumping or falling out of the truck and while still attached by the collar could result with fatal consequences.

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