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Old 01-28-2018, 06:59 PM   #1
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Do you have a pet? Let's talk about them and share your experiences on having a pet or the things that you want to do with your pet.
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I'm always on the go and I always bring with me my labrador. Lately, he's been a little agitated inside the car and needs to restrain him because one time he jumped out of my SUV to chase a cat. So, I was looking for a way to constrain him. So I search online and saw these dog harness online which says that it is the best safety device intended to reduce the possibility of getting injured especially for agitated animals. I think I need this kind of safety restraints because a dog needs it for a safe travel. But, still I want to know everyone's opinion about this product, what do you think about the harness for traveling?
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Old 02-15-2018, 03:08 PM   #3
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Seeing this a little late but I think it's a good idea. Rarely traveled with my dogs, but always felt that (Lord forbid), in an accident they could really be hurt. A restraint like this could be a savior.
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I call them "My Kids"
I have 21 cats - 19 are indoors.
8 of them are tamed feral cats.
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