There's a pretty good chance your best buddies want to follow you everywhere.

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And so why shouldn't they follow you in the car, too? 

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And why wouldn't they? So, here are a few tips for making that process a little better, starting with getting a good seat cover. This hammock-style will do a good job of keeping everything and everyone in place. 

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This one has a pocket, handy for leashes... or treats. 

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But, if your kids are riding up front, a safety harness is a good idea. 

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The ClickIt Terrain here is easy to use, just slot the seatbelt in through the straps. 

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And then your pup is free to sit or lie down as they wish. 

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But, if your pups won't leave you alone, in the rear hatch may be a safer place to go. 

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A barrier like this can keep your dogs in place. 

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Older pups may need help getting back there though, so a ramp like this is a good idea. 

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Make sure it's long enough and not too steep.

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And strong enough to support your dogs. 

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Don't forget the eye protection!

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Happy motoring!

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