Most people don't even buckle up themselves, have you ever though of getting a seat belt for your canine companion?

Channel 7 news in Australia met with the NRMA, currently studying the impact of car crashes on dogs, using stuffed toys. Robert McDonald, engineer at the NRMA, explains that man's best friend ought to buckle up as well to stay safe. Most survive car crashes but they can also present a threat to other passengers. That makes sense, you wouldn't want to get a St. Bernard in the face at 50mph.

Next time you take your furry pet on a ride, be sure to fasten the seatblet!

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