Flaws in Center for Pet Safety Testing
The Center for Pet Safety (CPS) testing is flawed. Click here to find out why.
Like most pet parents, chances are this isn't the first time you've seen a dog stick their head out of the window during a car ride. Unfortunately, most pet parents are completely unaware of the risk and the dangers, to both animals and people that come with riding with their pets unrestrained in the car.
What pet parents really need is the same level of vehicle crash safety protection for their pets that they expect for their children and other members of the family. While seat belts and child car seats must be crash tested to government auto safety standards, sadly there are currently no similar requirements in North America for dog harnesses and dog crates used to transport pets.
Unfortunately, it's easy to become overwhelmed with the number of safety products that claim to be crash or safety rated for travel. Unfortunately, the vast majority of pet safety products are not tested, and relying on the performance of a product that was not designed to meet stringent crash safety standards can actually increase the risk of serious or fatal injury to both people and pets.
At Pet Pro Supply Co., Pet Safety is of the utmost importance to us. We have done to research and work to cut through the often misleading marketing ploys in order to make sure that the products we offer are genuinely crash-tested and properly rated to deliver on the safety claims being made. We want to make sure that all of our customers are well educated before selecting the equipment they will use with their pets. Lives of both people and animals can be saved when the best and highest quality products are chosen and used correctly.