Canine Auto Restraint Crash Test


Canine Automotive Restraint Crashworthiness Testing: The focus of this pilot study is to determine the general effectiveness of canine automotive restraints. Do they prevent injury of the pet? Do they prevent secondary injury to humans in an automobile accident? Alarmingly, the pilot study revealed a 100 percent failure rate. None of the harnesses were deemed safe enough to protect both the dog and the humans in the event of an accident. http://centerforpetsafety.org/

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