Over half of dog owners drive with their dog in the car at least once a month, yet only 16% of them use a restraint for their dog while in the vehicle.
While cruising around with your dog, keep your pooch, yourself and passengers as safe as possible with the latest excellent gadgets available.
Just like humans, dogs are susceptible to carsickness, but you can prevent and treat motion sickness which will make your trip much nicer.
Going on a long road trip with pets can be a daunting task. Take these tips into consideration to keep your pet safe.
When driving with dogs, there are several safety precautions to take in order to arrive safe and sound. This is especially important during the winter.
If you want to bring your dog on a road trip it's important to follow these tips to make it a great experience, both for you and your four-legged friend.
We love our dogs, so why do we ignore the dangers of transporting them? Here are a few things you should consider bringing next time you travel with your dog.
Not every dog gets excited to jump in the car. In fact, some dogs downright hate it. Here are some things you can do to make the process easier on you both.
Have you ever noticed that most dogs love to ride in cars and when we see dogs in cars we tend to smile? Let's explore why.
A seat cover can protect your car from your fur babies and make it easier to travel with them.