Subaru to test pet car safety restraints

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While nearly 48 percent of Subaru Owners own a dog, Subaru and The Center for Pet Safety (CPS) decided to pair up just yesterday, to make traveling safe enough to bring along your best friend!  You may already know about pet travel products that are meant to keep your best friend safe while driving in your car, however, there are actually no established test standards to prove that these products are reliable and meet any sort of requirement. Therefore,  New Jersey, the home for Subaru, is also the very first state to consider the safety of our pets while driving and Subaru and the CPS have teamed up to create standards and will test out these pet travel products. Later this fall, they plan on announcing the results of those products that perform best and are the safest for your pet in any case of an accident.

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