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  2. Seat belts restraints should be for those wanting them…. Apparently the doggy wants his own…..

  3. @Nick Spinelli “The little guy is just teething. Cut him some slack.”

    With all due respect, Nick, I believe the little guy is cutting his own slack.

  4. Molly is usually a very quiet cat. I had her in her carrier in the front seat on the way to the vet, and she had not uttered a peep until I was entering the freeway. Just as I was looking over my left shoulder to blend into 70mph traffic, she let out about a 60db yowl of disapproval. I went home and changed my underwear while the vet was dealing with the damned cat.

  5. I used to think it was adorable that my Yorkie, who was very well-behaved, sat in my lap when I drove. I realize now that I was an idiot and lucky that nothing terrible happened. An unrestrained dog can become a projectile — fly into the windshield and be killed terribly. I don’t have a back seat and I have a tiny dog, and airbags can be very dangerous, so I now have a console car seat — http://www.amazon.com/Snoozer-Console-Cream-Small-Black/dp/B000WT8N6M — and a harness to keep my Chinese Crested in.

    The safest way to drive with your dog is to harness your dog in the back seat. Here is one of those harnesses. http://sleepypod.com/clickit

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