Traveling safely and responsibly with your pet is not just about reducing the risk of harm or fatal injury to your dog; it is about the safety of human occupants as well. You owe it to yourself, your passengers and your beloved pet to make everyone’s journey as safe as possible.Learn More
The MIM Safe Variocage Single is safe and very practical. It is designed to provide protection while leaving sufficient space for other cargo. The flexibility of the MIM Safe Variocage can easily be tailored to the dog and the vehicle by the owner.Learn More
A dog that is not properly secured in your vehicle can be seriously or fatally injured in an accident. An unrestrained pet can also be a significant distraction or, in some cases, they can even cause a motor vehicle accident.Learn More
Walk Up – Long, Lightweight, Expandable Aluminum Dog Ramp. This German engineered two (2) section aluminum dog ramp features the highest quality components and a collapsible, space saving design.Learn More
MIM Safe Variogate – Transforms Your Cargo Area Into a Spacious, Safe and Secure Environment for Transporting Pets. When used with a cargo barrier, such as our Universal TraficGard, the Variogate will create a safe and secure containment area for your loved ones.Learn More
Inspired by the love of our own dogs and our desire to Travel Safely with them, we searched the globe for the best in Pet Safety, Pet Travel and Convenience Products.
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“Your commitment to your pet is for life … so is ours”
If you travel with your pets, which many of us do, you want to make sure that your pet is safe and secure while driving. We know how many crazy drivers there are on the roads and as we put on our seat belts every time we drive, our pets need their own way to […]Read More
Neither CPS nor any of its associates returned our messages. CPS operates a very prolific marketing campaign directed at print, radio and tv outlets to ‘advocate’ with their test results. Yet, they are completely silent when legitimate questions arise concerning their ‘research’ methods. It is highly unusual for real scientist researchers not to respond to […]Read More
It was around 9.00 pm on a Thursday evening and Janna LaBerge was on her way home from a dog training class in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Her two American Eskimo dogs Scarlett and Beam’r were in their Variocage double crate in her SUV’s cargo area. At one point, LaBerge was forced to stop in order […]Read More
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