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Old 02-29-2016, 10:05 AM   #15
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We travel with three dogs, small, medium, and large. Each has their own crate. I believe it is the safest way for them to travel. They love their crates. Stop frequently to stretch their legs and yours. I will vouch for the fact that Border Collies love to travel.
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Old 02-29-2016, 10:13 AM   #16
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BTW. You don't have to get into an accident to injure your dog. I had to panic stop once to avoid an accident in my car. Our unsecured small dog became a projectile slamming into the dashboard. The poor animal had back trouble the rest of her life. Crates work.
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Our two Labs are tethered to the seat belts in the back of our F350 Crew cab. They can move about, not get to the front and in the event of an accident will not, hopefully, be able to run off. Serving on the board and a trainer at a local rescue we see dogs come in all the time from police agencies where it's later found out the dog was involved in a wreck, was not tethered in or in a crate (which have opened on impact) and run away as the owners were incapacitated.
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