Damn hit the send button by mistake!! Fat fingers obviouslyWill be getting our Du
So was Jack R the better driver then! :lol: Thanks for the useful bit of info though!!Back when I had a Jack Russel she used to sit on my lap and help steer, I'm not sure this is very useful info though Usefully I do know that there are indeed load tie down points in the boot, one left and one right about halfway between the rear seat back and the boot lip.
Keela and I are going with this statement - "If your dog travels loose in the vehicle, it should not be able to escape through any window. When windows need to be left open, we suggest you use 'window guards' to prevent the animal escaping." Is that not a "get-out" clause? (Pun very much intended )https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/69549/pb10308-dogs-cats-welfare-060215.pdf
actually they seem to have relaxed wording but please understand if you have a dog loose int he car and it gets hurt or hurts you in a crash then they will get you
You're right of course - I'll think about a harness.TBH I have always had my dogs secured in a cage of dog guard as I don't want a loose missile flying round the car if I had a prang, along side I would not want the dog injured but each to their own, we secure children don't we?