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If you are fairly certain your pet can handle a long road trip, here are some pet travel tips you should consider while traveling:

1) Even if your pet rides well in the car, you should consider using a pet restraint for safety. You never know when someone will cut your off and force you slam on your breaks – or worse, get into a car accident.

2) Don’t let your dog ride in the front seat unless the vehicle has no passenger-side airbags or if the passenger-side airbags have been turned off. Air bags were not designed for children or dogs.

3) Don’t let your dog put their head out the window while the car is moving. Even a speck of flying debris can damage your dog’s nose or eyes.

4) Make lots of pit stops for your pet so that your pet can stretch their legs and take potty breaks.

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