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NJ’s Legislature Hard at Work Once Again with Pet Seat Buckle Law [POLL]

Assemblywoman Grace Spencer has been pushing legislation that would require pets to be restrained when traveling in cars. Spencer has said that she got the idea from a 4th grade elementary school class. She also heard stories about dog being injured that were not harnessed in some form or another.

dog with head out of window
Townsquare Media (Irene Lenhart)

The Republicans have created legislature that would NOT require you to follow this law and be forced to buckle up your fuzzy friend.

The definition of bliss is watching a dog as he sticks his head out the window and let’s his tongue flap out in the wind. Does that look like punishment towards a pet?

So where do you stand on this law? Take our poll and let us know.

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