The Canadian government says it is considering a new service that will help dogs travel by car, train or train car.
The National Transportation Safety Board said Friday it has received about 20,000 complaints from drivers who say they have been injured or killed by dogs in the past two decades.
A service called Transporting Dogs through Canada, which would be free and accessible to anyone with a dog, would provide dogs with rides on cars, trains and trains and would also include a bus to pick up the dogs, according to the National Transportation Board.
Some people have said that it is the perfect way to transport dogs.
It will be able to provide rides from anywhere in the country and provide them with food and water and would be the only place to transport them in Canada, said the Canadian Transportation Agency in a news release.
“We believe that this is the best solution for pet owners who may be reluctant to take their pets out on a public transit vehicle, but have to be able do so safely,” the agency said.
According to the agency, the service would not only allow dogs to be transported safely in cars but would also provide a dog-friendly environment.
This is a service that is designed to ensure that dogs are not injured or dead, but will allow dogs with disabilities and seniors to be safely transported to destinations, said Carolyn Hiebert, the agency’s general manager of communications.
She said the agency was working with Transport Canada to ensure it meets the federal requirements.
The National Association of Animal Trainers says there is no proof that the dog transport service would be safer than the traditional dog sledding service, but the association says it will work with the federal government to ensure the service is safe.
The association says the only way to ensure safe transportation is to make sure people can see dogs when they are in a vehicle, and they are able to see the dog when they ride a train.
Dogs are not allowed to be in vehicles unless they have a valid driver’s licence, and some provinces have no such restriction, the group said.