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Pet owners must make sure they take appropriate steps to keep dogs – and other family pets- safe with road tripping. (Photo: Chalabala/Adobe Stock)

Americans are hitting the road for summer trips in record numbers. For many, the specter of contracting COVID-19 is seen fading in the rear-view mirror, not looming ahead. The open road calls more alluring than confinement in a large metal tube at 30,000 feet with sneezing strangers.

The family road trip is back, despite high gas prices, and the family dog is often along for the ride now that many hotels are dog-friendly. The dog days of summer are here.

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