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It's always fun to see a dog hanging its head out a passenger window of a passing car, its tongue trailing in the wind. But many people probably don't think about the safety implications of that unrestrained pet and what would happen if that car were to crash at high speed. That's also the topic behind a new survey of American car and pet owners from Volvo Car USA.
Subaru announced it's bringing back the Barkley family. A Dog family of Labradors and Golden Retrievers. A new series of TV spots called "Dog Tested. Dog Approved" has been released by Subaru.
"With more than half of Subaru drivers having pets, we believe it is important to celebrate the love of pets shared by our owners."
It's a stupid thing to do, but there's no law against it in most states.
The 90 minute guided tour through London is part of More Than's mission to raise awareness for pet health and insurance.
A Turkish mechanic got a nasty surprise earlier this month when he discovered that wild dogs had vandalized his car.
Two dogs are alive and looking for loving homes thanks to a pair of bystanders who refused to stand idly by while the pups sweltered in a dangerously hot car in Metro Detroit over the weekend.
Turns out, a pair of dogs are not competent drivers.
Trucking is a lonely line of work full of long, monotonous stretches of driving punctuated by fast food, cheap motels, and short stints of heavy labor. To relieve the loneliness and boredom, some truckers travel with a co-driver, others spend their time chattering away on the CB to anyone who will listen. Smart truckers though, smart truckers get a dog.
A Tennessee law allowing people to break into cars to rescue pets left sweltering by their owners went into effect July 1st.
Dogs are man's best friend, and motorcycles are a ton of fun to ride. Combine the two of them, and the result might be even better than either one alone.
A Houston family is seeking answers after a police officer left their dog to die on the side of the road this month following a traffic stop.
Motorcycle sidecars are a fairly rare sight on American roads, sad as it may be. What's rarer is dogs in motorcycle sidecars. Yes, it seems that when we take our four-legged friends on the road, they're tucked safely into their cages or strapped into some convoluted doggy harness. But some intrepid motorcyclists are combining their love of the open road with their love of their dogs, and a pair of independent filmmakers are documenting the whole thing.