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Pet Safety Alert

Data shows almost all pets in danger during summer travel season



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Although driving without securing a small child in a car seat is illegal in all 50 states, only New Jersey bans pets from riding unrestrained in cars. What's worse: animal restraints—specifically those for dogs—are not widely used, even though pet travel has increased 300 percent since 2005. 

Do you know how to safely travel with your family pet? Check out TakePart.com's infographic for key tips for safer travel this summer—or whenever you hit the road with Fido.

Road-tripping with Fido Infographic

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