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Travelling with pets can often be a difficult process, especially if you find that your pet is anxious or just does not want to settle down. Just like any unsecured cargo, pets pose a serious risk to the lives of yourself and passengers if you are involved in a collision. Even at 30mph, the average family dog can cause untold damage to your vehicle. Subaru have recently undertaken testing to highlight the importance of appropriate restraints for your pet. Some of the leading products have been tested to find out just how much protection they offer during a crash situation. Subaru have committed themselves to funding more research into this area and are hoping to establish new testing standards for all pet restraints.

Travall’s own dog guards have been independently tested by experts and have shown time and time again that they offer unparalleled safety thanks to the durable nature of the product and the fact that they are custom made to match the exact specifications of your vehicle. Find out more about Travall dog guards at Travall USA
 

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Does my girlfriend qualify to be called "pet" ? Travelling with her is often a difficult process....If so, I may look into this... LOL
 
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