3. Gas and Brake Pedals
Gas and brake pedals can pose a threat not only to your pet dog, but to you as well. If the dog jumps onto your lap and then onto the floor where your feet are operating the pedals, that could be a major safety hazard.
Secure your pet dog with seatbelts or crates in the backseat to avoid any accidents involving gas and break pedals.
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