What a fun surprise for a worthy cause.
The team at Muttville Senior Dog Rescue have paired senior dogs with the furever families, and now it’s time they get a surprise of their very own! (H/T Chicken Soup for the Soul's Animal Tales)
The Center for Pet Safety is a registered 501(c)3 research and consumer advocacy organization dedicated to companion animal and consumer safety.
The Center for Pet Safety is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit research and consumer advocacy organization dedicated to companion animal and consumer safety. We were founded in July 2011 as a successor organization to Canine Commuter (CanineCommuter.com). We are an independent safety science entity leading a unique mission for companion animals and the people that love them. Using scientific testing, we study pet products and establish criteria to ensure satisfactory product performance and define "Safety". ■ We do not use live animals in our crash testing. ■ We are not affiliated with the pet product industry. ■ We do not endorse products.
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I thought I bought a reliable safety harness for my dog Maggie. I was driving Virginia I-66 during the morning rush hour. A car cut in front of me and I had to slam on the brakes. Maggie was screaming in pain. I discovered the harness tether had wrapped around her back legs and she was thrown and hit the back of the front seat. She was hurting and scared and I couldn’t get to her fast enough.
After Maggie recovered from her injuries, I set out to find a product that would work better for us. To my dismay, I found out that there were no safety standards or required testing for pet products. I also discovered that the Consumer Products Safety Commission does not consider pet products “consumer products” and they turned a blind eye to the marketing claims and pet product safety.
If no one was monitoring product quality, how could I trust what I was buying would protect her?
The Center for Pet Safety, a non-profit research and consumer advocacy organization was founded in July of 2011.
Maggie inspired a mission.