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Is it illegal to leave your dog in a parked car? The answer to this question, of course, depends on in the state in which you live. Actually, 26 states have statutes that either prohibit leaving an animal in confined vehicle or provide civil immunity (protection from being sued) for a person who rescues an animal from a vehicle under certain conditions. The next factor important to the question is the condition under which the animal is left in the vehicle. Most of these laws provide that the animal must be confined or unattended in a parked or stationary vehicle. Further, the laws add that in order for a person to violate the law, the conditions have to endanger the animal's life. Some of the statutes specifically state that extreme hot or cold temperatures, lack of adequate ventilation, or failing to provide proper food or drink meet this definition. Other laws are more vague and just require that the conditions are such that physical injury or death is likely to result.
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Back seat covers will protect your seats from your dog’s claws and also allow them somewhere comfortable to lay their head on an extended trip. Some might cover only a portion, which is fine for smaller dogs, but if you’ve got a bear-sized dog then you’ll want something that covers the whole thing in order to make sure that your seats receive the maximum amount of protection. Many of these will have a “hammock” feature as well, allowing protection for the back of the front seats of your car as well. Kurgo Color Splash Bench Dog Car Seat Cover. Protect your car from your wet doggy - A must! This one has a great pattern.
Photo provided by FlickrThese are premium quality dog car covers built with 3 durable layers with waterproof protection and additional features.
Photo provided by FlickrThese are premium quality dog car covers built with 3 durable layers with waterproof protection and additional features.
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is a blast, but the cleanup? Not so much. Even the most well trained dogs can’t help getting pretty dirty from time to time. You don’t have to let cleanliness interfere with your fun though; there are a variety of ways to protect your car from dirt, hair and slobber.Car door guards extend the protection from your seat to your doors and windows. Dogs like to put their paws up (especially when the window is rolled down) and they can easily scratch your door or at least leave behind dirt and slobber. Car door guards fit in between your window and door panel, and hang down as a tough, waterproof barrier to complete the protection of your car’s interior.Hammocks are special covers that hang between the back of the front seat and the front of the back seat, creating a literal hammock in the back of your car. These do triple duty as they protect your seat, keep your dog from falling in the footwell, and help prevent your dog from jumping into the front seat. Most hammocks will also let you zip them down the middle so your dogs can share the seat with human passengers.For your mats and carpeting, the easiest way to protect from dog hair is hard plastic floor mat covers or heavy-duty WeatherTech floor mats and floor liners. Made of durable, non-slip rubber, they have grooves to catch spills so as to prevent the mess from seeping into the carpet.What to watch for: With cargo capes, you want to be sure you’re getting something that has your whole car in mind. Many cargo capes are just glorified blankets, but the good ones will fold out to protect the bumper so your dog can climb in and out with ease. It's also best to get one with a center zipper that will allow you to fold down one of your seats.Some dogs just require that they ride in the seat shotgun! Well, no worries as there are bucket seat car seat covers for dogs also. As stated before, micro-velvet material is the way to go with these for their excellent ability to not allow hair to cling to them. Most importantly they protect those expensive car seats from getting scratched up by your dogs nails and keeps your car clean.