Maybe it's because car rides mean that they get to be with you instead of staying home alone!
Yes, it's true that some dogs have trouble with a car ride - even a short one. However, the solution to that problem is a topic or a different day.
Today, it's all about planning a safe road trip with your dog - whether you're driving hundreds of miles or just making a quick trip to pick up the kids from school.
Although seat belts are the law for people, and you wouldn't ever dream of holding a child in your lap while driving or letting a toddler ride unrestrained in the front passenger seat while leaning out the open window, there is a disconnect when it comes to dogs in cars.
How many ways could this end badly?
A good plan will account for the worst-case scenario and include preventive measures. It's a fact, not an opinion: All dogs must be safely...