Best way to secure dogs in a vehicle

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Bailey - BN, RN, CGC

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Barked: Wed Oct 24, '12 11:50am PST 
I am wondering this right know as last week I rolled my jeep without my dogs thankfully I have always been one to crate my dogs in a vehicle but I checked the crates after the accident and they were cracked badly due to being thrown around and not sure my girls would have done well in there crates so I bought a new jeep and want to secure mydgirls the safest way possible if i am in another accident and the girls are with me

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Barked: Wed Oct 24, '12 2:41pm PST 
The use of one of the crash tested brands of seat belt harnesses. There are only 3 or 4 crash tested brands on the market.
MACH4 PACH2- Aslan

Barked: Mon Nov 12, '12 12:53pm PST 
Also, crates ideally should be belted in or tied down. There is a crash tested crate out there, but it is VERY expensive. I mean very. I use a combo of crates and dog seat belts.