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Pets should always be kept in a carrier during auto travel and larger dogs should be kept in a restraining harness. Certain pets can get rowdy during a car ride and this has the potential to distract the driver.

Make sure your pet has proper ventilation in its carrier. Frequently check up on your pet to ensure they are handling the ride well.

Pull over every couple hours and offer your pet water and a chance to walk around. For convenience, you can schedule these breaks when you or your family decides to stop at a rest area.

Never leave your pet unattended for a long period of time. This is especially important during hot summer months, when temperatures can reach extreme highs. If it is necessary, park in a shady area and check on your pet regularly.

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