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post #1 of 4 Old 02-18-2015, 10:03 AM Thread Starter
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Pet travel seat protectors, barriers and boxes at CARiD

Who said that traveling is a prerogative of human beings only? Well, CARiD has serious doubts about this. Your furry friend might also want to enjoy the free life

without cages and travel the world! Short visits to the vet are definitely not the edge of its dreams. We've gathered the best collection of pet travel products,

so now your can allow your doggie to travel safe and in comfort while keeping the interior of your ride clean and free from any damage.



We offer:

- strong, corrosion-free dog boxes;
- pet seat protectors;
- pet harness;
- pet barriers, which will keep your furry companion safe and secure.

Click on the banner to view more pet travel products and your furry friend will be thankful to you:



Do you take you dog on trips?
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This is really cool. Is there something similar for fish?
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I think yes. Now appeared many devices. I think that this kind of containers for fish was invented a long time ago. Of course, it is not a dog cage. I think that it is an iron container with special devices so that the water doesn't swing too much.
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Yes, this kind of container was invented a long time ago. I saw it at home of my friend. At the edges, it is fixed with iron strips. And the glass is much thicker than in conventional aquariums. Just when my friend moved to another city, he transported his fish in some kind of iron container. Moreover, the customs found fault with the stones that he was transporting. He bought them at ARCH Reef, and customs thought he was carrying contraband. It's just that the stones was a rare species.
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