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Ramona Ferguson

Hello,
I was curious to know the ramifications of having pet insurance. Now that insurance companies offer this coverage for pets, should the American consumer expect to see new laws that address pet safety in cars? Will there be "seatbelt" or "restraint" laws for "the safety of the pet" that will increase insurance premiums and create a new type of lawyer. A "pet lawyer" perhaps? Soon, I expect to see police officers pulling people over and issuing them tickets for "Fido" hanging his head out of the window for fresh air. Please send me information on this topic. Thank you.
Ramona Ferguson

TheStarryEye Astrologer

Hello Ramona,
Thank you for your comments. You raise a number of interesting and related issues. Harnesses, restraints and car seats are available at various sources like: www.ruffrider.com and there are lawyers specializing in pet legal issues, for example: www.doglaw.com. As for dogs who like to stick their heads out the window for fresh air, there is certainly a safety issue involved but I do not know if there are any laws related to this.

If anyone can add to this, please comment here.

The Starry Eye

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