Whether it is a quick run to the store or a cross-country trip, traveling with your pet should be fun. No matter how long or short the duration of your trip might be, it is important to keep safety in mind for you, your family and your pets.
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.
4×4 North America, Inc. and MIM Safe have made a committed to designing and manufacturing innovative, superior, world class, automotive and pet safety travel products proven to keep you and all of your loved ones safe.
Please explore our website to discover the truth about safe pet travel as well as the broad range of of innovative and exclusive crash tested pet safety & travel products we offer.
Richard Casey President 4×4 North America, Inc.
“Your commitment to your pet is for life … so is ours”
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