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Study Has a Bone To Pick With Pet Safety Harnesses

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,127
edited September 2014 in General

imageStudy Has a Bone To Pick With Pet Safety Harnesses

A study sponsored by Subaru and conducted by the Center for Pet Safety shows that almost all of the popular brands of pet harnesses fail to protect animals adequately in automobile crashes.

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  • mrrytemrryte Posts: 28
    Edmunds says: Only one pet harness passed the test? Woof!

    OK....let's stop with the contrived "Edmunds says:" nonsense. It add no value to the article nor has anything remotely informative to add.
  • s197gts197gt Posts: 486
    "It add no value to the article nor has anything remotely informative to add."

    Arguably... neither does the second half of your last sentence. (The point of the second half is already encapsulated in the first.)
  • This is why dogs should only be in the rear of SUVs and station wagons behin a stout guard. Taking a dog in a sedan is nuts IMHO.
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