Many people treat their pets as friends and family. Most of the time, they prefer doing things with their furry best friends—they like to eat with them, sleep beside them, and even let them join long road trips to beaches or even mountains. Add to that the growing number of service and therapy dogs that need to be with their human companions almost all the time.
Every one who has ever owned a pet knows and understands that they are not just mere animals, instead, they are part of the family. Some people treat their furry companion as their best friends, or even family.
While a dog seated on the driver’s seat maybe cute and funny to look at, did you know that you are exposing your pet onto much more danger than it looks? Especially if you have the habit of leaving them alone inside the vehicle for a couple of minutes or more? What may seem like a harmless drive can sometimes lead to fatal accidents, especially if the owners are not really familiar with the hazards of leaving their furry friends alone inside the vehicle, particularly in warm and sunny days.