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You wear seat belts while you’re driving or riding in a vehicle, and your furry friends deserve the same level of protection. The nonprofit Center for Pet Safety crash-tests pet-travel harnesses and carriers that range from what the CPS calls “distraction prevention” (virtually useless in a crash) all the way up to crates that can survive a rollover without splitting or deforming. CPS Certification ensures that the product will give your pet the best chance of survival in an accident. www.centerforpetsafety.org
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