Riding in the Car

He jumps in the front seat of the car and won't sit still.

Solution: For safety's sake we urge you to restrain your dog and confine him to one area of your car. The consequences would be too dangerous if your dog were to jump into the front seat while you were driving.

Examine the safety equipment that is available for dogs traveling in cars. You can choose from among a wide variety of harnesses, seat belts, and dog crates. There are even dog crates designed with a slanted back to fit into a station wagon or car with a hatchback. Such equipment is available from pet-supply stores, some hardware stores, and from most mail-order, pet-supply catalogs.

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From I JUST GOT A PUPPY, WHAT DO I DO?
Revised Edition by Mordecai Siegal and Matthew Margolis.
Copyright (c) 1992, 2002 by Mordecai Siegal and Matthew Margolis.
Reprinted by permission of Fireside, an Imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc.


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