Ways to Keep Your Small Dog Safe and Happy in the Car

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Small dogs can make wonderful travel companions, but the American Automobile Association estimates that 30,000 auto accidents are attributed to unrestrained pets each year. In addition to the dangers of your pup riding freely, some dogs might get anxious or become sick in the car, so it's important to be prepared and make the trip as calm and comfortable as possible for him. Whether your dog only travels along with you for pet care appointments or is your loyal canine copilot, read on to learn five ways of ensuring that every road trip is a happy and successful one for both of you.

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