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Lola Driving the Car

Easier for Emergency Personnel to Help Your Dog

Many dogs will run or even bite if frightened.  What if you and your pet happen to be in a serous auto accident?  Your dog is going to be terrified.  If there is a means of escape, the dog may get out of the car and run.  And where are they most likely to run?  It would be a terrible thing to survive an auto accident only to get hit by a car or get lost.  Even if there is no way for the dog to escape, he may need medical attention.  An injured dog may react defensively by tying to bite someone who is actually trying to help them.  A dog that is wearing a pet safety restraint, however, is easier to muzzle and therefore, easier to attend to.

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