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    Puppies for Sale - Dog Travel

    Articlegeneral dog adviceWednesday 18 May 2011

    It is important if you are thinking of buying puppies for sale that you know about dog transport. Dog travel can be stressful for dogs so you have to try and make dog transportation as comfortable as possible. This article will give you some information on how to use a dog travel crate and explain some other options for dog travel.


    Dog Travel – Keeping Dog Transport Safe


    Dog Guard


    Using a dog guard will help to confine your dog to the boot of your car.  Dog guards are cheap and easy to install. Using a dog guard is good because your dog gets the space and comfort of the boot to lie down in during dog transportation. Your dog also has the room to sit up and look out of the window to keep him entertained. Dog guards do have their downsides to dog travel, guards can be dislodged by a large dog and it will not prevent your dog from being thrown around in the event of an accident during dog travel.


    Dog Seat Belt


    You can train your puppy to use a dog seat belt system. You might have to introduce a seatbelt from a young age or the dog might not accept it; seatbelts are not suitable for puppies however. The seatbelt is essentially a padded harness which attaches on to the car’s seatbelt system to make dog travel safer.


    Dog Travel Crate or Carrier


    Using a dog travel crate is the safest way to go about dog transportation. You will have to secure the dog travel crate to stop it from sliding about. If you have a small dog and small crate then you can put it on the back seat with a seatbelt securing it. Wire crates are the best because they have the best ventilation.



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