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With the summer coming! "Please make sure that you don't leave any pet's in the car because of the heat it makes can turn your car in to an oven .
" Keep all Pet's Safe. For Information On Pet Safety In The Summer And Other Information Click On Link Below.
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Carrying pets safely

In a crash, an unrestrained pet could be seriously injured, or even injure people in the car. At 30 mph, for example, a 50lb (22.5 KG) border collie would be thrown forward with the force equivalent to almost nine 12 stone men.

Unrestrained pets can also distract the driver, causing an accident. Even well behaved pets can be frightened by something unusual and dive for the driver’s feet or lap. Following a crash, an unrestrained pet could escape and cause another collision. A frightened dog may also attack strangers who are trying to help.

It is important to ensure that your pet is safely secured in a seatbelt harness, pet carrier, dog cage, behind a dog guard or (in an emergency only) in a suitable well–ventilated zip-up bag. There are a number of different ways to safely transport pets; the most suitable will depend on its needs.

Getting your pet safely in and out of your vehicle:

Most pets, a part from dogs, should be put in a carrier before you put them in the vehicle. Dogs should be kept on a lead while it is getting in or out of the car, and ensure that it uses the door on the pavement side. Do not let your dog jump through the window.

After a crash

Do not let your pet out of its carrier or cage until it has calmed down and is in a safe environment. In a serious accident, call out a vet.  Do not take your pet onto the hard-shoulder of a motorway as this could cause more dangers.

More tips:

  • Do not let your pet stick its head out of the window.
  • If your vehicle has air bags, make sure that your pet will not be struck by the air bags if they go off.
  • Check that your pet is covered by insurance if it is hurt in a car accident.
  • Consider travel training for your pet.
  • Do not leave your pets in your car on a hot summer’s day; your car becomes like a greenhouse, getting very hot and could cause your pet to die.

Secure your pets for everyone's safety

Pets are the underlying cause of a significant number of road traffic accidents each year; in many cases because they are not being transported safely in a carrier or cage.

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