Safety should be a priority for owners traveling with pets

05/27/2011 | DelCoNewsNetwork.com (Holmes, Pa.)

Many pet owners will be among those who hit the road this summer for a holiday with their families and furry companions, alike. However, car travel with an animal can be distracting for humans and uncomfortable for the pet, and this article offers a series of tips, attributed to AVMA, for making vehicular travel easier and safer for all. Among other things, AVMA advises that animals be properly and comfortably restrained while in the car. Read AVMA's FAQs on traveling with pets.

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