Sunday, October 7, 2012

Driving Miss Doggy

I've been wondering what the best way to transport your little doggy might be.  It has become apparent that an unrestrained pup in the car can be a distraction to the driver, or in the case of an accident or sudden stop, a flying object that can do harm to others, or self.

If you're driving a van, I suppose you could urge the dog into a crate, but that might not be viable for sedans and smaller cars.

Any recommendations as to how to keep Fido safe and sound?


  1. When Steve was still a puppy he had a harness/vest type thing and in the car I just put the seat belt through the handle of the harness and locked the belt in. He learned to sit in the front seat that way, since Teddy, at the time, had the backseat to herself. Now that he is grown up he sits very nicely in the passenger seat and enjoys the ride.

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