by K Marie Alto May 19, 2019 2 min read
Did you know if a car crashes going only 25 mph, any unrestrained item can be projected forward at a rate of 40 times its weight? Do you secure your fur baby when you’re going for a car ride? After a collision, if s/he survives, your pup is not only likely to sustain an injury, but being unrestrained can cause your fur baby to injure other passengers in the car or even be ejected from the moving vehicle.
As the weather is getting warmer walks around the neighborhood grow into bigger adventures. How about a trip to the local dog park and maybe even a visit to the local pet store! Just remember, even short trips aren’t safe. The National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) noted in the U.S., approximately 52% of collisions occur within a 5-mile radius of the home. That number jumps to 69% when we extend the distance to 10 miles.
So, the next time you and your fur baby hop in the car, please consider the following:
What do you use to safely restrain your fur baby during a car trip?
K. Marie is an animal lover, wife, kitty mom, dog auntie, writer, and co-founder of Toe Beans, a proud American family-owned online boutique pet supplies store focused on the improvement of the life of furry family members via pet parent education, better products, and advocacy. She has over 20 years of experience as a pet momma. She loves sharing her personal journey and experience as a pet parent via her blog and Facebook page where she currently has more than 22K followers (@furrytoebeans) and counting :-).
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