For some dogs, a car ride is one of life’s happy experiences—almost as good as a roll in dead squirrel. For others, it’s a nerve-wracking ordeal. If you want to make sure a road trip will be awesome and stress-free, then there are a few tips you should follow when driving with dogs.
dog car safety
Tesla recently released “Dog Mode,” a new car setting meant to ensure your pet is safe in the car when you have to step out on errands. However, it’s not a replacement for your responsibility as a dog owner. Here’s what you should know.
A woman left her car running to keep her dogs cool while she went shopping, but the pups managed to put the car in gear and bumped into the front of a Wal-Mart.
A dog was locked in a BMW on a day where temperatures rose to 90 degrees. A Good Samaritan smashed the window and saved the dog to cheers from the crowd around him.
An officer honked his horn to disperse a pack of dogs, but one ran under his cruiser and hid himself in the undercarriage.
New Jersey is the first state in the country considering a pet seat belt law.