You simply cannot acquire a pet carrier which will do more damage to your pet than if it was not in any carrier at all. Good and secure pet carriers are equipped with straps or belts which are there to hold the animal firmly in place so the sudden braking or and sharp right turn or even collision will not allow your pet to go banging its head on the carrier itself.
Now who doesn't want to be transported or travel in comfort and style? You just don't want a pet carrier with straps, you want one that is comfortable to your pet while it is in and comfortable for you to handle also.
3. Protect the Car Interiors and Exterior
Depends on the type of carrier you purchase, you have to ensure that pet carriers don't have any exterior sharp edges or made too much of an heavy metal which may damage your car. Ensure that the pet carrier your purchase has buffer plastic on all edges. Some pet owners experience scratches to their vehicle while simple placing the pet inside the car. Ensure that the carrier comes with easy slide in and out bottom tray and a washable cover. The cover keeps your car clean from pet hair.
4. Ensure that the pet carrier is Flexible.
What I mean by this is that the pet carrier should be able to fold down so you pet can easily be transferred elsewhere or for just easy taking out. Not to mention that a folding pet carrier will save a lot of space when it comes on to storage! Not only should it be able to fold, many good