harness attached to a seat belt or in a well-ventilated crate, Darling said in a university news release.
Pets shouldn’t be untethered in the truck bed, or left alone in a parked car. Summer heat can quickly kill a pet left in a hot car, Darling noted.
“Do not allow your pet to ride with his head outside of the window, as dirt and other debris can enter the eyes, nose and ears, causing injury or infection,” she added.
If you’re taking your pet by air, be sure to contact the airline to find out about their specific policies. Small pets can usually be kept under your seat. Larger pets will be crated and placed in the cargo hold.
Also, check with the hotel or resort you’re staying at to be sure you