Pet Seat Belts
Pet seat belts are essential when traveling with your pet to protect not only your furry friend, but you and your passengers as well. Pet vehicle harnesses are available in a variety of sizes and styles and many have been crash tested to ensure they will do the job in case of a sudden stop or accident. A 25-pound, unrestrained dog can become a deadly, 1000-pound projectile in the event of a 40 mph crash. Vehicle pet restraints also prohibit your dog from distracting you while driving. Travel safely with your pet by using proper pet seat belts or pet vehicle harnesses. Bark Buckle UP, the safety advocate, rates our PetBuckle Seat Belt Harness as one of their approved 7 Car Safety Products for Pets.
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To: Toronto, Canada
Pet: Mordecai: Pug/Shepherd mix (Approx. 37lbs, 3 1/2 years old)
Q. Dear PetRelocation,
My daughter and her dog left Canada two years ago for Edinburgh, Scotland to go to the university there. Mordecai went through all the requirements for him to travel to the UK from Canada.
They now are moving back to Canada in June and I would like to know what the dog needs to come back into Canada. My daughter has a Canadian and a British passport. He is healthy.